CELTIC midfielder Jamie Lindsay has agreed a season-long loan deal with Morton.

The 20-year-old highly-rated prospect spent the last campaign at Dumbarton, winning the club’s Young Player of the Year Award before returning to Parkhead in the summer.

Lindsay was part of Brendan Rodgers’ first team squad for the pre-season training camp in Slovenia and last week scored a superb individual goal for the Development Squad in their 3-1 win over Real Sociedad in the SuperCup.

He is the second Hoops youngster to accept a temporary contract, following winger Paul McMullan at Dunfermline. The lively attacker was at St Mirren last term.

Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has also made enquiries about the availability of Liam Henderson, who spent last season at Easter Road when Alan Stubbs was manager.

The midfielder is already a hero with the followers of the Edinburgh outfit after setting up two goals from corner-kicks in the club’s historic 3-2 Scottish Cup Final triumph at Hampden in May.

Lennon is prepared to offer Henderson another 10-month contract with the Championship side.


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