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Sport Moussa Dembele's potential Celtic sell-on nosedive as misfiring striker takes unwanted European top spot

15:05  28 november  2020
15:05  28 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Former Celtic striker Moussa Dembele's struggles in front of goal could spell bad news for Parkhead chiefs hoping for some extra cash from one of their biggest exports.

Dembele is without a single goal in 11 Ligue 1 appearances for his club Lyon, who are third in the table in spite of their misfiring forward.

In fact, the 24-year-old has taken 23 shots in the league - and scored with none of them.

That stat is the worst of its kind in Europe's 'top five' leagues, with Levante's Enis Bardhi the closest on 20 shots without hitting the net.

Dembele is often being used as a substitute by coach Rudi Garcia, who prefers to pair Memphis Depay and Karl Toko-Ekambi up top, and has only started five of his 11 league outings this campaign.

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It could raise concerns that the Parkhead hierarchy may not receive as great a windfall as previously thought, with a £60m future sale being discussed when the former Fulham man was on top form.

That would net a cool £4m fee for Celtic but recent reports suggest the French club are now willing to part with him for half that sum, shrinking the sell-on to £1m.

And given his current barren run in front of goal it makes it even more likely that Garcia could push Dembele towards the exit.

He starred in Lyon's run to the Champions League semi-final in August, coming off the bench to score twice against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, but has found it difficult to kick on since.

Dembele, who was Celtic's record sale before Kieran Tierney joined Arsenal the following year, will get another opportunity to notch his first of the season against Stade de Reims tomorrow.

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