ONE-TIME wonder Bhoy Karamoko Dembele has quit Celtic for French club Stade Brest.
The 19-year-old winger, tipped to go all the way to the top as he emerged as a player of immense potential during Brendan Rodgers’ reign, has left Parkhead without making a solitary start for the Hoops.
The Ligue 1 side have yet to make a public announcement, but Dembele is expected to be unveiled before pre-season training on Monday, according to sports media outlet Foot Mercato.
ON THE MOVE…Karamoko Dembele is heading for France.
The teen ace, who has represented Scotland and England at youth international level, left Parkhead at the end of his contract.
Unfortunately, Dembele’s career got off to a false start after the arrival of Ange Postecoglou in June last year.
He was injured in a pre-season challenge game at Bristol City and was forced to sit out the first half of the campaign.
The youngster made only two first-team appearances as a second-half substitute during the title-winning term.
In total, Dembele, who made his senior debut for the club at just 16, had a mere 10 outings, all of them from the bench.
CQN and our thousands of readers would like to wish Karamoko the very best in his career in France.