Reports from South Korean media claim that Celtic striker Oh Hyeon-gyu has left a "void" at his old club Suwon Samsung Bluewings after his move to Scotland.

The 21-year-old joined the Hoops in January and so far has three goals in 12 appearances for Ange Postecoglou's side as well as winning his second cap for his country in the previous international break.

And it appears that the K League 1 side are finding it difficult to replace the South Korea international despite signing a multitude of players.

This is according to outlet Sports Khan, which states: "Suwon (Samsung Bluewings) are feeling the void left by front-line striker Oh Hyeon-gyu (Celtic), who broke onto the European stage in the winter transfer window.

"In the offseason, they signed Bo-Kyung Kim, Acosti, Bassani and Mulich, but so far it hasn’t had much effect."

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Meanwhile, Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson has praised Celtic right-back Alistair Johnston, calling him an "incredible find".

The 23-year-old joined the Hoops in January from MLS side CF Montreal after a successful stint with Canada at the World Cup in Qatar.

Johnston has featured 15 times for the Parkhead side since arriving in Glasgow and Ferguson has liked what he has seen of the defender so far.

Speaking on The Go Radio Football Show, he said: "He has been an unbelievable find. Juranovic, for me, was a top full-back but again he is another guy who has something about him
"One thing about him is that he is machine down that right-hand side. He is very strong, very athletic and that’s one thing about him."

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