David Turnbull has officially completed his move from Celtic to Cardiff City. The midfielder has signed a three-year contract with the Welsh club, marking the end of his tenure at Celtic.

Cardiff City has successfully negotiated the transfer for a reported fee of £2 million. This deal represents decent value for money considering Turnbull was in the final six months of his contract with the Scottish champions. The transfer fee is viewed as a decent financial decision by Celtic, given the situation.

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4th November 2023; Victoria Park, Dingwall, Scotland: Scottish Premiership Football, Ross County versus Celtic; David Turnbull of Celtic celebrates after he shoots and scores from the edge of the box in the 52nd minute of the first half to make it 1-0 to Celtic

Turnbull’s move to Cardiff City opens a new chapter in his career. During his time at Celtic, he showed flashes of brilliance but struggled with consistency. His move to the Championship is seen as an opportunity for him to rediscover his form and make a significant impact in a new league.

The addition of Turnbull to Cardiff City’s has Bluebird fans buzzing online, can he make a new home there for himself? David’s experience and talent should go a long way for the Championship side who find themselves toiling at the moment.

For Celtic, the departure of Turnbull is part of the ongoing changes within their squad, as they continue to reshape the team. Brendan Rodgers said this would happen over various windows, but the club is certainly chopping the edges off this bloated squad.



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