It’s safe to say that Lewis Morgan hasn’t quite made the impact he would’ve hoped to at Celtic. In St Mirren’s promotion-clinching 2017-18 campaign, he was their main man. A number of clubs are looking to sign him and help re-establish his reputation.
After signing for Celtic in January 2018, he was immediately loaned back to St Mirren to help them clinch promotion to the Premiership.
The former Rangers youth was instrumental in helping Paisley see top tier football for the first time for four years.
Despite being a winger, Morgan was tied third top scorer in the second tier last season with 14 goals. He also clinched the September 2017 Championship Player of the Month whilst with the Buddies.
Clubs are circling like vultures for the signature of Morgan with former club St Mirren and Hibernian along with Nottingham Forest and Hull City of the English Championship all displaying an interest in the 22-year-old.
The latest interested side, according to the Scottish Sun, is Aberdeen. After helping the Hoops with the development of Ryan Christie, Morgan could be a similar project.
He could also be a direct replacement for Gary Mackay-Steven. The winger has been linked with a move to America but whether he departs for New York City FC either on a pre-contract or for a fee this month is, as of yet, unknown.
Game time is a must and Morgan would be a solid addition for just about anybody in the top tier.