U.S. international Timothy Weah might be on the move this summer. According to ESPN FC, Paris Saint-Germain is willing to listen to offers for Weah and might be persuaded to let him go if a proper offer arrives.
Sources close to the club say that while PSG isn’t looking actively to move on from Weah, they won’t be opposed to letting the player talk to other clubs for the right amount. If that ends up not happening, the 19-year-old will head to another loan spell.
After failing to break into PSG’s rotation at the start of the season, Weah was sent to Scottish side Celtic on a 6-months long loan. In Scotland, he played 13 games and contributed with three goals and one assist.
There are reportedly a number of teams interested in Timothy Weah, including Ligue 1 side Strasbourg, but he also might end up returning to Scotland. This, however, is now less likely since Brendan Rodgers, who brought him to Celtic, is no longer the club’s manager.
“There have not been any talks yet,” – Weah told the Scottish Sun. “I will talk to my parents and lawyers. I have got a couple of options.”
“Coming back to Celtic is definitely an option,” – he added. “The manager situation does not matter to me — it is more about the club and me feeling comfortable here. If you know you have the opportunity to develop and get game time, that is the most important thing at this stage. I am ambitious and want to be somewhere where I can break into the first team. These are the things you have to think about.”