Johansen relishing Celtic switch
Norwegian midfielder Stefan Johansen is excited about the prospect of playing in front of the Celtic fans ahead of his imminent move to Parkhead.
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The 23-year-old underwent a medical and held talks at Celtic Park on Tuesday and is expected to sign a contract on Wednesday.
Johansen, who was part of the Stromsgodset side which won the Norwegian league last year, has spoken to former Celtic defender Thomas Rogne about a move to Glasgow.
"I talked a little bit with Thomas because I played in the (Norway) Under-21s with him," he told STV.
"I have heard from the national (team) guys that it's a fantastic city and the Celtic fans are unbelievable.
"I hope it's going to work out and I'm looking forward to it."
Meanwhile, Celtic have loaned 19-year-old midfielder Paul George to Championship title challengers Hamilton until the end of the season.
The attacking midfielder made his Celtic first-team debut in a League Cup win at Ross County in September 2011 but a double leg break hindered his progress and that remains his only competitive appearance.