Celtic winger Liel Abada admits that his final dream is to play for Liverpool and has despatched Mo Salah a message within the course of.
Abada arrived at Parkhead from Maccabi Petah Tikva over the summer season and has featured usually beneath new Bhoys boss Ange Postecoglou this season. Certainly, the 20-year-old has made a powerful begin to life in Glasgow, notching 4 objectives in simply six video games.
Nonetheless, Abada is aware of he nonetheless has a protracted option to go earlier than he can realise his goals.
He instructed sport5.co.il: “My dream was and stays to play in England, in one of many groups within the Premier League.
“The largest dream is Liverpool, however I’ve to maintain working arduous at Celtic to show myself and take it step-by-step. Ought to Mo Salah fear? From me? No! He’s a brilliant participant.”
Abada’s transfer to Celtic has actually gone down nicely in his homeland. Certainly, footage of his picture adorning big billboards in Israel emerged earlier this week.
The younger attacker admits it’s been a rollercoaster since he joined the membership, including: “I keep in mind arriving at a restaurant and I used to be proven the contract. I grabbed my head. I knew my dream was coming true.
“Anybody who hasn’t been to Celtic Park doesn’t perceive what an environment is. You don’t perceive what a shiver it offers. My tune too, and after they shout You’ll By no means Stroll Alone. It’s arduous for me to even clarify in phrases.”
Hampden debut awaits
Forward of a visit to the nationwide stadium with Celtic in November, Abada might make his Hampden debut when Israel tackle Scotland this Saturday. He added: “I’ll wait patiently for my minutes. I work arduous in coaching to show I should play.
“Regardless of what number of minutes the coach offers me, I’ll attempt to show my place on the sphere. “I haven’t been but however I’m instructed the environment at Hampden is extraordinary. The video games towards Scotland are at all times shut. Will probably be powerful, with a loud and enthusiastic crowd. However we’ve got to play our sport and I consider we are able to win.”