BUNGLING Boli Bolingoli’s proposed season-long loan to French outfit SC Amiens is in jeopardy, as CQNwarned yesterday.
The Celtic outcast is facing a massive EIGHT-GAME ban after his secret journey to Malaga and his refusal to follow government guidelines on self-isolation following his return.
The SFA are poised to throw the book at the errant Belgian defender for his selfish and thoughtless actions that put everyone at risk at Parkhead as well as last week’s opponents Kilmarnock.
The French second-tier club had looked at Bolingoli as they prepare for a quickfire return to the top flight.
However, they are now cooling their interest in a player for whom they had reportedly agreed to pay £2.3million at the end of the season if he impressed in their fight to regain their Ligue 1 status. He cost the Hoops £700,000 more when he arrived from Vienna Rapid last summer.
Middlesbrough boss Neil Warnock also admitted he had been interested in the defender, as CQN also reported, but there is no chance of the veteran gaffer following up his initial interest in the left-back who clearly has no future with the champions.
Now Bolingoli’s escape route to France could be also off with Amiens switching their attention to Liverpool youngster Adam Lewis, according to the Daily Record.
Reports insist they in talks with the Anfield club over a temporary switch for the 20-year-old whose regular position is on the left-hand side of the defence.
That would almost certainly rule out Bolingoli’s chances of a move across the channel.
Neil Lennon is stepping up efforts to strengthen the No.3 position and Leeds United’s Barry Douglas, one-time Scotland international, has been linked with a switch to Glasgow.