Celtic have added to their defensive quality already this summer and have now completed the signing of Manchester United youngster Saidy Janko, reports the Manchester Evening News.
Janko has signed for the Scottish champions, having put pen to paper on for a four-year deal with the club.
Spending last season on loan with former Celtic boss Neil Lennon at Bolton, Janko had struggled to make an impression for the Red Devils and went on to make 10 appearances for Lennon, scoring on his debut for Bolton Wanderers against Fulham.
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Becoming Celtic's second signing, Janko joins former City player Dedryck Boyata at Parkhead and will surely add strength to the defence that had been suffered a large blow when Jason Denayer return to the Etihad.
Janko was in the stands for Celtic's pre season victory against Den Bosch and saw the Hoops run out 2-0 winners against the Dutch side last night. The game played at Murray Park was a confident start to the Bhoys pre-season and Janko would have been impressed by the energy of his new squad members.
After completing their second defensive signing of the transfer window, Celtic may now push on to increase attacking options, having lost the likes of John Guidetti and Amido Balde.