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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Bailey_82, 4 Jun 2017.
Masri, Bony and Mangala have numbers, but it doesn't mean they're staying.
Roberts has had 27 since he came to the club, whereas the youngsters that come through the academy usually have much higher numbers. It's just that no one took his 27 during his time at Celtic.
First of all he needs a good haircut. Like silva 1 .
We should be suggesting a loan swap deal with views to buy from both sides.
Don't understand some of our youth players to be honest - first Denayer and now Pat. Both are obviously talented, especially, Pat. Why the hell is he averse to playing in a far better league in a team which is known for developing youth? Crazy.
Because he's hoping to sign for them on a perminant deal & not go to Southampton & then come back to be either sold or loaned out again.
Should have been loaned out to a PL club in the first place imo.
Newcastle would be alright
Still don't understand that attitude. He'll be playing for Southampton ffs. One good loan year and there'll be clubs lining up to sign him. He can get a permanent deal at Celtic, but then good luck getting into a top 6 team in the PL directly from there. He would again have to move to a mid table or lower table side, prove himself all over again to get a transfer to a big team. Unless of course he wants to spend the rest of his career with Celtic.
He can be adored, start every game, win domestic cups each year & pick up a nice wage. He'll also (albeit never win) be in the CL each season... just because the thought of Scottish football doesn't appeal to you doesn't mean it doesn't to Patrick. You also need to bare in mind, if Rogers left Celtic for a PL side down the line he'd more than likely try to sign the lad then too. So he's a great chance of a PL move in the future, but if not he's fallen in love with Celtic football club. The only people to blame for all this are City & how they've messed him around just like they did with Deneya (sp?).
I can't see how City have messed him around by not agreeing to his demands. He went on the pre-season tour and was given the opportunity to prove himself like Foden and Diaz. Pep would have scrutinised him during training, over and above the game time b