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Celtic complete club record deal for Odsonne Edouard

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Celtic have smashed their transfer record to land Odsonne Edouard on a permanent deal from Paris St Germain.

The Hoops are reported to have splashed out £9million to secure the 20-year-old Frenchman on a four-year deal.

Edouard spent last season on loan with Brendan Rodgers' side, scoring 11 goals in 29 appearances as the club secured their second straight domestic treble.

He told the Celtic website: "From the moment I walked into Celtic, the club has felt like home to me. I have been made to feel so welcome by everyone at the club and our fans have given me such brilliant support.

"Celtic is one of the world's great football clubs and I was desperate to make my move permanent. The scenes from May when we achieved such a historic double treble and made the city come alive are still very fresh in our memories.

"To see our fans so happy is the reason you play football and now we want to do everything we can to bring our great supporters even more success."


Scottish Premiership matches called off

Several football matches have been called off. Credit: PA

A number of top flight Scottish football matches have been postponed as snow continues to fall across the country.

The SPFL announced that a number of Wednesday evening's games, including Celtic v Dundee, Hibernian v Hamilton Academical and Motherwell v Aberdeen, were all off.


Celtic break British record with 4-0 win over St Johnstone

Celtic broke their own 100-year-old British record to make it 63 domestic games unbeaten Credit: PA

Celtic broke their own 100-year-old British record to make it 63 domestic games unbeaten with a 4-0 victory at St Johnstone.

Willie Maley's side went 62 games unbeaten between 1915 and 1917, but Brendan Rodgers' outfit have now replaced them in the history books after dominating at McDiarmid Park.

The Ladbrokes Premiership leaders broke the deadlock in the 28th minute through Scott Sinclair, who converted a well-worked corner routine delivered by Stuart Armstrong.

Moussa Dembele nodded wide just before the break and Dedryck Boyata saw a second-half header cleared off the line as the Hoops hunted down a second goal.

Dembele eventually found it, with 18 minutes remaining, after latching on to Armstrong's low cross to convert from five yards.

Dembele's powerful run and cross then forced Steven Anderson into an own goal three minutes later and Olivier Ntcham wrapped up the record-breaking win late on by firing home from 20 yards to complete a fantastic team move.

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