Union Berlin striker Sebastian Andersson says he wants to be playing regular first-team football if he does opt to leave his current club.
The Swedish international’s contract expires in the summer, and it is believed that Celtic are one of the clubs interested in signing the 28-year-old. Asked about his future plans, the forward explained his priorities:
“For me, the most important thing is to play. Of course, you always have to talk about money – after all there is life after your career. But if you don’t play, it’s no fun.”
The Hoops are looking for another striker, and Andersson could well fit the bill, considering he will be available relatively cheaply in the January transfer window due to his contract situation.
He has been in very good form this season, as well, having scored eight goals in 16 league games, but his demand for regular playing time may make it harder to persuade him to move to Scotland.
Odsonne Edouard is very much the first-choice striker and Andersson may not be too keen to make the switch if most of his time is spent on the bench.