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Nashville backs out of Andrew Gutman loan from Celtic at MLS' request

The Exploding Heads recap Transfer Deadline Day where a few big names were linked with moves, but the day has become a shadow of itself.

Nashville is backing out of a deal to take American defender Andrew Gutman on a season-long loan from Scotland's Celtic.

Celtic said on Thursday they had agreed to a three-plus-year contract with the left-back, a 22-year-old who was a senior at Indiana and won the Hermann Trophy as the top men's college soccer player last year. Celtic and Nashville then announced the loan.

However, Nashville said in a statement on Saturday that as an "expansion member of MLS and in light of the fact that MLS does...

Andrew Gutman, Manny Perez sign with Celtic; to be loaned to U.S. clubs

American defenders Andrew Gutman and Manny Perez have signed 3-and-a-half year contracts with Celtic.

Gutman was immediately loaned Thursday to Nashville of the second-tier United Soccer League Championship for the 2019 season. Celtic says Perez also will be loaned to a U.S. club.

Gutman is a 22-year-old who was a senior at Indiana and won the Hermann Trophy as the top men's college soccer player last year. He was a member of the Chicago Fire's youth academy and trained with Rangers, Celtic's Glasgow...

U.S. youngster Tim Weah: I was really scared coming to Celtic

Celtic's Timothy Weah says he had initial fears about the toughness of football in the U.K. but says he is settling well at the club.

Weah, 18, is the son of former Liberia international George Weah and moved to Parkhead on loan from Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month.

The United States winger scored on his debut against Airdrie in the 3-0 Scottish Cup win last week and Weah insists he can do more.

"I was really scared coming to Celtic because I have heard so much about UK...

Timothy Weah scores on Celtic debut to seal Scottish Cup progress

Tim Weah marked the start of his loan spell at Celtic with a goal against Airdrieonians in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.

United States international Timothy Weah scored on his debut for Celtic as the Scottish champions beat Airdrieonians 3-0 to progress to the round of 16 of the Scottish Cup.

"It's really a dream come true,'' Weah told the BBC.

Weah, 18, is on loan from PSG and, 14 minutes after coming off the bench, ran onto a Dedryck Boyata through ball to put the finishing touches to the game with the final goal in the 83rd minute.

"It's a really good vibe,'' Weah told the BBC. "The boys have made me...