Weah extends contract and is loaned to Celtic
Paris Saint-Germain and US Men's National Team striker Timothy Weah (8 caps, 1 goal) signed a one-year extension to his Paris Saint-Germain contract and is now tied to the club until 30 June 2021. The 18-year-old forward was then loaned, without a buyout clause, to Celtic FC until 30 June 2019.
Paris Saint-Germain academy graduate Weah signed his first professional contract on 3 July 2017, and the New York native played six games and scored twice in the Rouge et Bleu first team, won the Ligue 1 championship as well as the Coupe de France (2018) and the Trophée des Champions (2018).
Mister George Weah's son also won the France U17 title (2017), providing 2 assists in the final versus AS Monaco.
Over the past two seaons, Tim also made 11 appearances (4 goals) in the UEFA Youth League with the Paris Saint-Germain U19s.
The club congratulates Timothy for his contact extension and wishes him every success in Glasgow.
âœ🇺🇸 #WelcomeWeah#CelticFC are delighted to announce that @ussoccer_mnt forward, Timothy Weah has joined the club on loan from Paris Saint-Germain until the end of this season. 🍀— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) January 7, 2019
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