Published: Thu, September 05, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Celtic sign Greg Taylor from Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee

Celtic sign Greg Taylor from Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee

Celtic have completed the signing of left-back Greg Taylor while Rangers are set to announce the return of Ryan Kent.

"I knew if I kept myself correct something good would happen soon and I have been ticking over, keeping myself to myself and this has happened now and I'm over the moon".

Ryan Kent has joined Rangers for £7 million from Liverpool on a four year contract.

The Reds refused to sanction a second loan move to Ibrox but Rangers bided their time, however their hand was forced when Club Brugge made a move for the winger.

Manager Steven Gerrard had claimed any deadline-day arrivals would have to come "out of the blue" after he wrote off the chances of bringing back Kent days earlier.

He was one of Steven Gerrard's best players hence the reason why the Gers tried desperately to re-sign him. Summer signing Jake Hastie joined Rotherham on a season-long loan and Graham Dorrans has been linked with Kilmarnock - who saw Kirk Broadfoot's join Morton - after agreeing to tear up his contract.

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Hours before, Celtic tweeted in support of the player with three words: "Captain, leader, legend". Liverpool had previously rejected their loan offers and made it clear that only a cash deal would be of interest.

Kilmarnock have been linked with a number of players including Celtic pair Jack Hendry and Calvin Miller, O'Hara and Scotland Under-21 and Venezia forward Harvey St Clair. "First and foremost, though, I am a defender".

The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at Ibrox, earning rave reviews as he netted six goals in 43 appearances for the Glasgow giants before returning to Anfield over the summer.

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara has admitted that he hasn't been at his best since the start of the season - and believes that's been the reason for his inconsistent game time so far.

"I don't want to be too harsh on Boli Bolingoli because I've not seen too much of him but I don't think there's any doubt there are massive question marks over him", Stewart told BBC Sportsound.

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