Finland forward Teemu Pukki leaves Celtic for Denmark
Last Updated: 19/06/15 10:26am
Teemu Pukki has left Celtic and signed a permanent deal with Brondby after a successful loan stint with the Danish club.
The Finland forward failed to impress at the Scottish champions after joining the Hoops from Schalke in 2013 for £3m.
Pukki, 25, signed a three-year permanent contract at Brondby after finishing the season as their top scorer.
He moved to Denmark on a season-long loan last summer and scored nine goals for the Superliga team, helping them finish third in the league.
Pukki scored on his competitive Celtic debut as a substitute against Hearts and also found the net on his home debut against St Johnstone.
He scored seven goals in his first season, in 32 appearances mostly from the bench, and scored twice against KR Reykjavik in the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League qualifiers.
However the Finn again struggled to carry that form into the league campaign and leaves Parkhead after 37 appearances and nine goals.
A club statement said: "Celtic Football Club would like to wish Teemu all the very best and every success at his new club."