Socceroos star Garang Kuol could end up playing Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic

Socceroos star Garang Kuol could end up playing against Ange Postecoglou’s champion Celtic side as the Wonderkid makes a mysterious trip to Edinburgh with the clubs seeking a loan move for the Newcastle signing.

  • Hearts FC in Scotland reportedly want Garang Kuol on loan from Newcastle
  • Cam Devlin, Kye Rowles and Nathaniel Atkinson fellow Socceroos in Hearts
  • Magpies boss Eddie Howe wants the prodigy to play regular first-team football
  • Reading in the UK Championship are also reportedly interested in the striker or winger.

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Socceroos young gun Garang Kuol could travel to Scotland as he looks to start his European football journey.

Hearts FC, who have fellow Aussies Kye Rowles, Cam Devlin and Nathaniel Atkinson, are reportedly interested in securing the services of the electric teenager on loan from Premier League club Newcastle United.

Kuol, 18, also played alongside World Cup star Rowles in the A-League with Central Coast Mariners.

Socceroos youngster Garang Kuol could be posted to Scotland as he looks to start his European football journey

Socceroos youngster Garang Kuol could be posted to Scotland as he looks to start his European football journey

A potential loan move to Hearts would see Kuol line up against Ange Postecoglou's Celtic

A potential loan move to Hearts would see Kuol line up against Ange Postecoglou's Celtic

A potential loan move to Hearts would see Kuol line up against Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic

According to the Daily entryHearts officials contacted the Magpies about Kuol’s availability for the remainder of the season.

A loan move to Hearts would also see the 18-year-old potentially line up against Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic. Kuol added fuel to the latest rumor by posting an image of Edinburgh on Thursday.

With Newcastle sitting third in the Premier League table and having lost just once all season, the prodigy is unlikely to break into Eddie Howe’s first team in the coming months.

The fact that Kuol has obtained a work permit in the UK after impressing at the World Cup may make him stay in England, and the championship team Reading is also said to be hanging around with intent.

Kuol showed fans that he was in Edinburgh on Thursday, sparking rumors that he could be playing football in Scotland.

Kuol showed fans that he was in Edinburgh on Thursday, sparking rumors that he could be playing football in Scotland.

Kuol showed fans that he was in Edinburgh on Thursday, sparking rumors that he could be playing football in Scotland.

While Kuol watched his new team play Arsenal at London’s Emirates Stadium this week, Howe is believed to want the striker or winger to secure regular first-team football elsewhere before calling St James’ Park home. .

“I think for player development, you need to go and play,” Howe said recently.

If possible, let it be at a very good level, with a good club and a good coach.

“That’s not a decision that has been made currently, so we’ll have to look at all of our options.”

Socceroos sensation Garang Kuol signed with EPL giants Newcastle in September last year.

Socceroos sensation Garang Kuol signed with EPL giants Newcastle in September last year.

Socceroos sensation Garang Kuol signed with EPL giants Newcastle in September last year.

Garang Kuol, 18, has agreed terms with Newcastle United on a multi-year deal for a transfer fee worth $525,000

Garang Kuol, 18, has agreed terms with Newcastle United on a multi-year deal for a transfer fee worth $525,000

Garang Kuol, 18, has agreed terms with Newcastle United on a multi-year deal for a transfer fee worth $525,000

Mariners manager Nick Montgomery, who played in the EPL with Sheffield United at the peak of his career, is confident the rising youngster will shine in Europe.

“He (Kuol) is still a kid – he started three games for us and it will be a shock for him physically and in terms of pressure when he gets there,” Montgomery told FTBL.

“Hopefully they (Newcastle) find a club that suits him, I’m sure they will.” He just needs to keep playing now and have a lot of football under his belt.

“Time will tell for Garang – he has all the potential and now ultimately it’s up to him what happens next.” He is at a great club and that is of vital importance for his development.

Kuol played his youth football for the Goulburn Valley Suns in Victoria before being signed by the Mariners Academy in January 2021.

Socceroos boss Graham Arnold named Kuol as a ‘bolter’ for his 26-man squad in the Middle East, and the electric youngster saw a last-minute shot saved against Argentina that would have sent the round of 16 clash to the extension

Lionel Messi and his teammates went to hoist the World Cup trophy weeks later.

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