Wanyama set for Celtic return after Club Brugge deal flops


Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama could be on his way back Scottish giants, Celtic in a loan move.
According to reports in Scotland, Tottenham have agreed to allow the Kenyan Captain to Parkhead.
The news comes after talks between Spurs and Belgian side Club Brugge who were interested in a permanent deal failed.
Tottenham now consider loan offers for their out-of-favour midfielder before the close of the European transfer deadline at midnight on Monday.
Club Brugge had reportedly agreed a £13 million deal for the Kenyan star, but sources on both sides have said that the deal now looks unlikely.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon previously worked with Wanyama and put him and Fraser Forster at the top of his wanted list in this window.
Celtic would struggle to buy Wanyama on a permanent deal but are interested in a loan deal if they can agree on wages.
Wanyama spent two seasons at Celtic Park from 2011 to 2013, before moving to Southampton.
The Scottish champions would struggle to cover half of his current Tottenham salary and would rely on the Premier League side to supplement his wages.
It’s still a long shot as Spurs would prefer a permanent transfer but the player has not ruled out a return to Scotland.


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