Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has offloaded striker Stefan Scepovic.

The 26-year-old joined Celtic under previous manager Ronny Deila in 2014, but struggled to make an impact during his time at Parkhead.

He was loaned to Spanish side Getafe last summer on a season-long deal following scoring just six goals in 25 games for the Scottish champions.

Now Scepovic has completed a permanent move to Getafe, putting pen to paper on a four-year deal with the Spanish side, sealing his exit from Parkhead.

Getafe were relegated from La Liga last term and Scepovic scored six goals in 37 games for the club.


He will now bid to help Getafe earn instant promotion back to La Liga after officially ending his time at Celtic.

Rodgers has been quick to cull strikers at Celtic, offloading Colin Kazim-Richards, Anthony Stokes and Carlton Cole.

Now Scepovic has gone too and the former Liverpool manager is expected to dip into the transfer market to boost his attacking options ahead of the new campaign.