Liam Scales Salary
Scales, who has represented Republic of Ireland at U21 level, has been a target for Celtic for several weeks, with a cost believed to be in the region of £500,000. After going to Glasgow for a medical, LIAM SCALES will complete his €600,000 move from Shamrock Rovers to Celtic today. Scales played for Shamrock Rovers against Flora Tallinn last night, and threw his shirt into the crowd to say goodbye to the fans.
“Liam is a young player who has pleased us and is someone who we think has the potential to have a huge career at Celtic,” says manager Ange Postecoglou of Liam Scales, who will sign a four-year deal at Celtic Park, subject to international clearance. Celtic and Shamrock Rovers have reached a deal to sign defender Liam Scales. The 23-year-old will join Celtic Park on a four-year deal, pending international clearance.
However, he is poised to sign a four-year contract with Celtic Park today and will join the first-team squad immediately following the international break. “He’s a quick, agile defender who can play a variety of positions.” The 3,500 fans in attendance the highest in Tallaght since February 2019 were ecstatic until Rauno Sappinen’s goal in the 58th minute took the wind out of their and their team’s sails
Despite a 2-1 setback against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday, Celtic advanced to the Europa League group stage with a 3-2 aggregate victory. On Sunday, the Hoops take on Rangers at Ibrox in the first Old Firm match of the season, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.
Liam Scales (born August 8, 1998) is an Irish professional footballer who currently plays for Celtic in the Scottish Premiership as a Centre-back or left-back. Scales started his career with Arklow Town before joining UCD in 2015, where he made over 100 appearances and won the Collingwood Cup and the League of Ireland First Division title in 2018. “An important player for UCD as they won the First Division title,” he was described. Scales was named to the PFAI First Division Team of the Year for 2018 by his fellow League of Ireland First Division players.