Conor Hazard: Celtic goalkeeper signs new contract running until 2023

Hazard agrees new two-year deal; Northern Ireland international previously spent time on loan at Dundee, Partick and Falkirk; Hazard played a key role in Scottish Cup final win over Hearts earlier this season

Conor Hazard in action during the Scottish Cup Final
Image: Conor Hazard in action during the Scottish Cup Final

Celtic goalkeeper Conor Hazard has signed a new contract until the club until at least the summer of 2023.

The 22-year-old - who has been capped once by Northern Ireland - has agreed a new two-year deal.

A graduate of Celtic's academy, Hazard made his senior debut against Lille in the Europa League on December 10 - and then found himself starting in the Scottish Cup final just 10 days later.

And the played a major part as Celtic clinched a fourth treble in a row, saving two Hearts penalties as Celtic won a shoot-out 4-3, following a 3-3 draw.

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Hazard has previously spent time on loan with Dundee, Partick and Falkirk.

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