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“Bring in,” says Scott McDonald in reference to a Kyogo Furuhashi transfer to Celtic.

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In the January transfer window, Scott McDonald wants Celtic to add another forward.

Kyogo Furuhashi, the standout player and goal scorer at Celtic, is adored by all. Nobody in the club is more qualified to lead the line.

The 28-year-old has six goals against Rangers, including the most recent game-winning strike at Ibrox, and is consistently demonstrating that no one can touch him.

McDonald told PLZ Soccer that he believes Kyogo Furuhashi needs to be put “under pressure,” and the only way to achieve that is to enter the transfer market and sign a new striker.

The team led by Brendan Rodgers has had a fantastic start to the current campaign, so it will be intriguing to observe how the organization handles the situation during the winter transfer window.

There is a good probability that the advantage at the top of the table will be double digits by the time the window opens, reducing anxiety when conducting business.

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January transfer window for Celtic
He most likely requires additional support, I would suggest, McDonald added. “I believe that Celtic should consider adding another striker to their lineup in the January transfer window to assist him by providing goals for him.

“But also put him under a little more pressure as well, to get a little bit more out of him.”

Should Celtic get a different forward to compete with Kyogo?
Don’t fix what isn’t broken, but on the other side, the finest teams and managers take initiative.

One thing is for certain: if the funds are available to advance another, the club ought to do so since it demonstrates initiative and keeps things new.

Celtic doesn’t need to go down that path, though, if doing so would require spending money that could be used to improve the pitch.

In either case, you can guarantee that Kyogo will end up with the most goals overall by the end of the season, including a couple more versus Rangers.



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