Celtic captain Scott Brown wanted by club in Australia

19 Octobre, 2018, 17:09 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Scott Brown has plenty of experience at Celtic and with Scotland

Australian A-League aspirants Western Melbourne are preparing an ambitious bid to lure Celtic captain Scott Brown Down Under.

Scott Brown's influence at Celtic remains as strong as ever, even at the age of 33.

The aspiring A-League side are waiting to hear whether they will be one of two expansion teams admitted into the top flight of football in the country.

Brown has been at Celtic for twelve seasons, making 476 appearances and scoring 37 goals and should he sign for Western Melbourne he will be following in the footsteps of the likes of Ross McCormack, Alessandro Del Piero and David Villa in making the move down under.

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Out of contract at Parkhead next summer, the 33-year-old is now in talks with chief executive Peter Lawwell over an extension to his current deal.

It is believed that Brown will be given a coaching role to help convince him to finish his career with the club he joined from Hibs over ten years ago.

Brown's contract ends next summer but there have been murmurs of discussions between his representatives and Peter Lawwell to extend that deal.

'I am just concentrating on playing. His latest arrangement at Parkhead looks likely to include a greater coaching role; although he insists it will not impact his playing prospects in the short term.

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