Oberschmidt eyes extension

Max Oberschmidt hopes Fulham can be persuaded to extend his loan deal at Celtic until the end of the season.

Last Updated: 03/10/13 at 12:01 Post Comment

Celtic: Max Oberschmidt hoping to stay on

Celtic: Max Oberschmidt hoping to stay on

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The promising goalkeeper linked up with the Bhoys in September on an agreement which is initially due to run until the turn of the year.

Oberschmidt is, however, keen to spend the remainder of the current campaign in Scotland.

The German teenager has already graced continental competition for Celtic's U19 side - figuring in a 2-1 defeat to Barcelona in the UEFA Youth League.

The 18-year-old shot-stopper now feels that his future development would be better served by a prolonged stay at Parkhead - as Celtic can provide the perfect stage for his talents.

Oberschmidt said in the Daily Record: "I could maybe extend it to the summer depending on how it goes.

"I hope to get to show good performances and help the club out."

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