SONG SEEKS CELTIC SWITCH
By Ciaran Baynes
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Cameroonian international played against the Glasgow giants on Tuesday at Anfield for Ronnie Moran's testimonial and said he was very impressed with the 12,000 Bhoys` fans who travelled down.
"I was in the Cameroon side which won the African Nations Cup and our fans were superb there," Song said. "But I have never heard fans sing as much as the Celtic supporters did even when their team was getting beaten 4-1. They get 60,000 when things are going well and it must be fantastic to play in front of them.
"It must be hard for the fans - they deserve better. I would love to do something to help. I'm happy at Liverpool apart from the fact I'm not getting a regular game.
"I want to be playing all the time so I'd like to talk to Celtic. I know they have not yet got a new manager but I hope that I impressed some of the people at Celtic."
Song would probably be available for around £3 million, a similar valuation to Camara, who reiterated his desire to play for the side managed by Kop idol Kenny Dalglish.
"I'm sure I would score goals for Celtic if I was given the chance," the Guinean striker said. "I'm not unhappy at Liverpool but it is a problem for me that I am not a regular starter, so a move by Celtic would interest me."