KNOWLEDGE MUSONA will get the chance to show Neil Lennon what he missed when he lines up for Augsburg tonight in the opening game of the Hoops' pre-season tour.
The Zimbabwean striker was high on Lennon's wanted list last summer before Mo Bangura was brought in for £2.2million as the window was about to close.
But despite Celtic offering to top the £1.3m bid from Hoffenheim for the Kaizer Chiefs' star, the 22-year-old chose to go to the Bundesliga club.
That move has turned sour and Musona has started only two games for Hoffenheim, with 14 appearances from the bench – and he has yet to find the net for the team who gave him a five-year contract.
In an attempt to get him more game time, Hoffenheim have now shipped the unhappy starlet to Augsburg on a season-long loan.
Musona's troubles have extended to his international career after he was implicated in a match-fixing scandal following Zimbabwe's games against Guinea and Mozambique last month.
The striker insisted his innocence, and was so upset by the allegations that he refused to play for his country in their most recent game, against Burundi.
Now, Musona hopes he can leave all this misfortune behind him and kickstart his career at Augsburg, who successfully staved off relegation from the Bundesliga last season.
But the striker has not got his loan off to a very auspicious start, failing to find the net in the Saturday's 6-0 win against TSV Aindling.
Augsburg are sure to provide Celtic with a stiff test in the opening game of this four-match tour.
The club, which has just appointed a new manager, is gradually re-establishing itself and has already sold 18,000 season tickets for the upcoming campaign.