CELTIC are delighted to announce that they have signed striker Nicolas ´Miku´ Fedor from Spanish side Getafe. And the Hoops have also signed Slovakian goalkeeper, Lubos Kamenar from French side, Nantes. Both players join the Scottish champions on a season-long loan, with the club having an option to make the moves permanent ones.
Twenty-seven-year-old striker, Miku, is a highly-regarded Venezuelan internationalist with a wealth of experience at club level in Spain and at international level for his country, and he was top scorer for Getafe in La Liga last season.
Lubos Kamenar is a 25-year-old goalkeeper, who has gained full international honours with Slovakia.
Both Miku and Lubos are delighted to be joining the Scottish champions and are ready to play their part in the campaign to retain the SPL title. And the two men are also looking forward to the forthcoming UEFA Champions League campaign, with the Hoops facing Barcelona, Benfica and Spartak Moscow.
The loan signings of Miku Fedor and Lubos Kamenar, along with the signing of Nigernian defender Efe Ambrose, will further strengthen Neil Lennon´s squad, and everyone in the Celtic family welcomes the players to the club and wishes them every success at Celtic.
And the club are also looking to bring in another striker, which they are hoping to do ahead of Monday's UEFA Champions League deadline.