“Celtic Targets Bristol City’s Tommy Conway: Rodgers Eyes Another Lower-League Gem for Hoops”

“Celtic Targets Bristol City’s Tommy Conway: Rodgers Eyes Another Lower-League Gem for Hoops”

Celtic recently secured their first January transfer window signing with Nicolas Kuhn from Rapid Wien on a permanent deal. Brendan Rodgers, as reported by FootballScotland, aims to further strengthen the squad by adding a left-back and a center-forward before the transfer window closes.

Bristol City’s Tommy Conway, a promising attacker, has emerged as a linked player, drawing interest from Celtic, Rangers, Nottingham Forest, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and Brentford, according to Football Insider.

Rodgers, having previously secured promising talents like Matt O’Riley from the lower leagues in England, could replicate this success with Conway. O’Riley, signed from MK Dons in January 2022, has excelled for Celtic, recording 18 goals and 26 assists in 100 competitive appearances, attracting attention from top European clubs.

Conway, at 21 years old, presents a potential opportunity for Celtic to follow a similar path. Playing in the Championship, he has showcased promise with six goals in 14 starts and efficient finishing with 5.34 Expected Goals. His overall performance throughout the 2022/23 season includes nine goals from 25 starts, suggesting his goal-scoring potential.

Celtic could offer Conway a platform to enhance his market value, utilizing his impressive finishing ability. With the support of talented teammates, such as Luis Palma, who has created 11 ‘big chances’ in 17 league matches, Conway could thrive in Scotland and attract attention from top European clubs, similar to O’Riley’s trajectory.

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