Brendan Rodgers: Celtic boss looks for more signings for 'tight' title race

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic boss looks for more signings for 'tight' title race

Celtic, which has won seven straight domestic titles, now leads the Scottish Premiership on goal differential, tied on points with longtime rival Rangers.

PSG and USA men's national team winger Tim Weah will spend the rest of the season on loan at Celtic, the Scottish club confirmed on Monday.

According to Paterson, there will be further arrivals at Celtic Park.

"It is a wonderful moment for me, and such a blessing with such a great coach like Brendan Rodgers to lead me in the right direction", he told BBC Scotland (via BBC Sport).

Defender Jack Hendry, midfielder Scott Allan, and winger Lewis Morgan come come into that bracket, with Hendry the most likely to depart, having not started a game since early October.

Rangers' fortunes have been revived by new manager Steven Gerrard who has brought in ex-England striker Jermain Defoe on an 18-month loan deal.

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Weah has said that he has no regrets leaving the club, admitting that he is in "love with Celtic".

Weah, who is the son of former Milan star and current Liberian president George, was put through his paces on the training field on Tuesday and was also pictured holding up a Celtic shirt next to his mum and George's wife Clar Weah as well as his aunt Nancy Larnor.

"You get the feeling, after the frustrations of last summer, Brendan Rodgers is looking to do more business and there could be movement out", Paterson added.

"The market is very hard for Scotland because the players are always moving, you look at the changes in our squad that happened particularly over the summer, it's a new squad, lots of new players".

"But he did say Jack Hendry and Lewis Morgan may move out on loan".

"He's been in the PSG squad and featured for them in pre-season". He's a forward player as we wanted to increase our options in the front line for the second part of the season. Obviously, there is a bit more pressure on us with the league being tight, but we'll just work as we always do and, hopefully, we get the results that we need. I know it's ongoing with the club and I have no timeline with this kind of stuff.