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In a surprising development, Celtic’s South Korean midfielder, Kwon, has been loaned out to fellow Scottish Premiership club, St Mirren, for the remainder of the season.

 

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Since his arrival at Celtic in the summer, Kwon has struggled to find a place in the team, featuring in zero competitive matches and seldom appearing in matchday squads.

 

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Contrary to expectations that he might return to South Korea for loan experience, Kwon has instead opted for a short journey down the M8 to Paisley.

 

This strategic move eliminates the need for any significant relocation for Kwon while providing him with valuable competitive playtime in the SPFL.

 

Our stance at CeltsAreHere has always been supportive of offering fringe players the opportunity to develop through loan spells at other SPFL clubs.

 

Such an approach has historically been beneficial, as seen in the cases of players like Kristoffer Ajer and Ryan Christie, who significantly improved their game during their time away.

 

For Kwon, this is a pivotal chance to demonstrate his potential and make strides towards establishing himself as a Celtic player, all while remaining under the close watch of the Celtic fans.

 

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