Celtic’s pursuit of Aberdeen striker Bojan Miovski is intensifying, with a potential record-breaking offer in the works for next month. [SunSport]
Reports suggest Brendan Rodgers has shown keen interest in the North Macedonian star, prompting Celtic to closely monitor his performances throughout the season.
Aberdeen, who acquired Miovski for £650,000 from MTK Budapest 18 months ago, are bracing for a substantial profit.
They anticipate a transfer fee that could surpass the £4.4 million Celtic paid for Scott Brown in 2007, setting a new benchmark among Scottish clubs. Despite understanding the inevitability of Miovski’s departure, Aberdeen is reluctant to release him in the upcoming transfer window.
The situation is made more complex with interest from English clubs and even The Rangers. Celtic, however, might make an offer Aberdeen can’t refuse. Yet, not everyone is convinced about a January move.
Former Celtic star Andy Walker, speaking on Go Radio, expressed his thoughts: “I think he’s a good player and better some of the strikers Rangers have got. He’s a good finisher and I think he can fit into the style of play at Celtic. I can see Celtic coming in for him but I don’t think he’ll go for silly money though.”
Walker’s perspective, is shared by a lot of Celtic fans, even ones keen to see Celtic make a move for the striker. Aberdeen will push Celtic to pay big money. If scouts are doing their job correctly we should have a number of options beyond Miovski.