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Celtic star Liel Abada admits his Liverpool transfer dream

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Celtic winger Liel Abada has admitted his ultimate dream is to play for Liverpool.

But the Israeli younger jokingly admitted he won’t be giving Mo Salah any sleepless nights just yet.

Abada arrived in Glasgow from Maccabi Petah Tikva during the summer and has featured regularly under boss Ange Postecoglou.

At just 20, the attacker still has it all in front of him and concedes he must prove himself at Celtic before that Premier League ambition becomes a reality.

He told sport5.co.il : “My dream was and remains to play in England, in one of the teams in the Premier League.

“The biggest dream is Liverpool, but I have to keep working hard at Celtic to prove myself and take it step by step. Should Mo Salah worry? From me? No! He is a super player.”

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Abada’s move to Celtic has already led to a profile boost in his homeland, with footage of his image adorning huge billboards in Israel emerging earlier this week.

It’s another high on a rollercoaster few months for the youngster, who recalled his disbelief when the moment to pen his Parkhead deal finally arrived.

He said: “I remember arriving at a restaurant and I was shown the contract. I grabbed my head. I knew my dream was coming true.

“Anyone who hasn’t been to Celtic Park does not understand what an atmosphere is. You do not understand what a shiver it gives. My song too, and when they shout You’ll Never Walk Alone. It’s hard for me to even explain in words.”

Ahead of a trip to the national stadium with Celtic in November, Abada could make his Hampden debut when Israel take on Scotland this Saturday.

He added: “I will wait patiently for my minutes. I work hard in training to prove I deserve to play.

“No matter how many minutes the coach gives me, I will try to prove my place on the field.

“I haven’t been yet but I am told the atmosphere at Hampden is extraordinary. The games against Scotland are always close. It will be tough, with a noisy and enthusiastic crowd. But we have to play our game and I believe we can win.”



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