I would not endorse him: Chris Sutton is urging Celtic not to sign an ex-Rangers youth product

I would not endorse him: Chris Sutton is urging Celtic not to sign an ex-Rangers youth product ...

Chris Sutton claims that he would not sign Lewis Ferguson, a former Rangers youth product from Aberdeen, because he would not improve the side, according to BBCs 606.

A Celtic fan provided a message to the former striker that he wants his team to sign the Aberdeen midfielder, but Sutton informed him I''ll no longer take him.

According to Sky Sports, the Fergusons'' name has been touted alongside the Celtics before, with Millwall recently making a 1.5 million bid for the player.

Barry, the 22-year-old son of the Rangers, who had previously stated that he would not have an issue with him joining the other side of Glasgow.

If Sutton doesn''t want it yet, Ferguson may still leave this summer, but rather head south to England.

Would you like to meet with Lewis Ferguson? responded to Sutton to a Celtic fan wanting the ex-Rangers man signed up. Not at this time time. I would not take him.

Why is it true that at this point in time, I am not sure he would improve the Celtic team. But the game is about opinion.


It appears that Celtic is looking at Fergusons talents this summer, but should they, like Ange Postecoglou, sign the former footballer for the club''s championship next season?

Scott Brown, a certain Bhoys star who played in Aberdeen last season, claimed responsibility for the game, and he would have seen from start to finish what the young midfielder is all about.

If those in the Parkhead boardroom are looking for a particular reference or close-up feedback on Ferguson, then someone like Brown might be the right choice.

Celtic should possibly avoid signing Ferguson because, while giving Postecoglou some depth, he doesn''t grab someone by the neck and takes their place.

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