FROZEN-OUT Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli is training solo in Belgium.
The £3million left-back is so far out of Ange Postecoglou’s plans he does not figure in in sessions at Lennoxtown and does his own thing back in his homeland.
Twenty-six-year-old Bolingoli, who was bought by ex-boss Neil Lennon from Rapid Vienna in July 2019 to replace Arsenal-bound Kieran Tierney, has featured only twice in the first team after the June arrival of the Greek-Australian.
He played in the 1-0 loss to Livingston in September – the Hoops’ last Premiership defeat – and the 2-0 win over Motherwell at Fir Park the following month.
HOME ALONE…Boli Bolingoli trains on his own in Belgium, as illustrated in his Instagram post.
RUSSIA NO-GO…Boli Bolingoli in the colours of FC Ufa before the deal was scrapped.
The exiled player shared footage online on his personal Instagram page after completing individual training sessions.
Bolingoli agreed a loan move to Russian side FC Ufa in January, but the deal was scrapped after the conflict in Ukraine.
He returned to Glasgow, but has been told he has no part to play in the club’s future.
The back-four operator, who spent last season on a temporary transfer at Turkish champions Istanbul Basaksehir, still has 13 months to run on his contract.
Celtic will look for a buyer in the summer transfer market, but may have to pay up the remainder of his deal as they did with Leigh Griffiths at the turn of the year.