Teams will place faith in Lord
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
N'DIWA LORD-KANGANA will not be short of options when he decides to leave Djurgardens, with Celtic still keen on the imposing young defender.
The 18-year-old is currently in the middle of a second spell with Martin O`Neill`s Bhoys, having had a trial last year, but his agent has told planetfootball that a string of teams are looking at him.
Former international Martin Dahlin (pictured) confirmed the Ivory Coast-born Swede will spend another week ar Parkhead, saying: "He will train with Celtic until the end of next week. We decided to take him over last Monday as he had a break from school."
Dahlin revealed to planetfootball that there are certain to be other irons in the fire when he decides to move on.
"There is a lot of interest in him," Dahlin told planetfootball. "He has had invitations from different clubs around Europe.
"He has been to a couple of other clubs, he was at Celtic last year. They liked him a lot so invited him back.
"There is continued interest in him, many teams are following him and Celtic are just one of those."
When asked if Lord-Kangana would leave Djurgardens in the summer, Dahlin added: "At the moment it is too early to say what will happen.
"He will train with Celtic for another week. We will then see what Celtic have to say and make a decision from there.
"I am sure, though, that when he decides he wants to leave, there will be a lot of other offers as well."