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Sead Haksabanovic Celtic transfer fee, contract length, shirt number: All you need to know – Celtic Way

Celtic have signed Sead Haksabanovic from Rubin Kazan.
Here is everything you need to know about the deal for  Ange Postecoglou’s newest recruit…
The Hoops have announced the Montenegrin international as coming in from Russia for an undisclosed fee.
Russian outlet Sport Business Gazeta has reported that the Bhoys may have paid as little as £1.7million for the winger.
This is due to the fact his former team were relegated last season and have been forced to slash the price of many of its assets, including the 23-year-old who they paid £5.4million for last year.
The forward has signed a five-year deal with the Parkhead side which will keep him at the club until 2027.
It was announced on the clubs social media that the former West Ham man will wear the number nine shirt when playing for Celtic.
It was previously worn by Leigh Griffiths, who departed the club in January.
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