Beram Kayal says he is ready to move on from Celtic after four years in Scotland.
The midfielder has been in and out of the team for a while now due to poor performances and injuries.
Since bursting onto the scene in his first full season where he impressed, Kayal hasn’t been able to replicate that form leaving many to conclude that he should be moved on – the Israeli agrees.
“If someone comes up with an attractive proposition to Celtic and me, then I’ll go.” he said.
He admits that the Scottish Premiership isn’t for him anymore and says his future lies elsewhere.
“I’m not in love with this league. A friend of mine, Joe Ledley, was on the verge of his contract expiring and was sold to Crystal Palace. Maybe this will happen to me because football is a business at the end of the day.”
Kayal is more than likely to leave at the end of the season if a club were to come in for him then Celtic would be very receptive to offers.
It is a shame the way things have worked out after his first season at the club but as the midfielder said himself, this is a business and getting him off the wage bill would make sense.