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  • Luke Donnelly joins Greenock Morton on loan

    Luke Donnelly joins Greenock Morton on loan

    By: Mark Henderson on 07 Feb, 2017 12:33

  • CELTIC can confirm that Luke Donnelly has joined Championship side Greenock Morton on an emergency loan deal until May 9.

    The 21-year-old will be hoping to emulate fellow Hoops youngsters Jamie Lindsay and Aidan Nesbitt, who have both impressed at Cappielow since making temporary moves to Jim Duffy’s side at the start of the campaign.

    And the versatile forward could make his first appearance for Morton tonight when they face Raith Rovers in the league at Starks Park.

    Donnelly spent the first half of the season on loan at Alloa where he made nine appearances, finding the net once.

    He also featured alongside his young Celtic colleagues in a number of matches during this period, however, including in the Premier League International Cup, where he turned in some dazzling displays.

    Donnelly has been part of the Celtic Youth Academy since the age of eight, and he has been a regular for the Development Side for several years. 

    Everyone at Celtic would like to wish Luke all the best for his time at Cappielow.

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