Bristol City defender Tomas Kalas has put in some eye-catching performances, so much so that both Celtic and Rangers are keen on making a move the 25-year-old, according to a report in the print edition of the Sun on Sunday (March 10, Page 61).
The Czech international, who has been at Chelsea since 2010, has spent loan spells at five other clubs before moving to Ashton Gate on a season long loan in the summer of 2018.
So has Kalas done enough at the Robins to warrant a move north of the border?
“They’re doing well this season and he’s been a key part of that.
“I’m not surprised at the interest.
“Celtic would suit him more I feel.”
“He’s done more than enough.
“Kalas has been one of the standout players for Bristol City this season and he could certainly be playing at a higher level for a more reputable club.
“A player with a bright future ahead of him, who would fit perfectly into the Celtic or Rangers starting XI.”
“He’s been a pretty solid performer for City so a move away would not surprise me.
“Hardly spectacular, but efficient and reliable – and that is an attribute that goes under the radar, much like the player has been.
“Whichever club it is, he’d be a good signing for either.”