Norwich’s Adam Idah update but Celtic still hold the cards

Norwich City have confirmed that Adam Idah will be returning to the club from Celtic upon completion of his loan deal. The Canaries issued an update on Monday, just days after confirming that David Wagner had been relieved of his duties.

The update is uncontroversial as Celtic do not have a set option to buy Idah included in the loan agreement. However, the Scottish Champions do hold the cards in the bid to get him back in the Hoops next season.

Idah joined on the final day of the January transfer window with fans disappointed at the club’s business in the window. The Ireland International proved himself to be an excellent signing scoring eight goals and assisting twice in eighteen games with a goal or assist every 78 minutes.

The lofty centre forward has proven himself to be a valuable attacker, offering something different to Kyogo and providing Brendan with pace and power up front. The Celtic manager brokered the deal to bring Idah to Paradise, clearly showing that he rates the striker and this, coupled with Idah’s affection for the club, could be pivotal.

The manager and the player will be focused on securing the Scottish Cup at the weekend with Celtic facing Rangers at Hampden. Talk regarding Idah’s future will rumble on into the summer but the clamour for him to sign permanently would increase should he play a part in the Celts winning a Double and beating Rangers in the process.

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