In the last few seasons, there has been constant links between Celtic and a move for Aberdeen central defender Scott McKenna. Back in July 2019, SunSport claimed Celtic had a £5m bid rejected for the defender.
Now though, it appears that mini-saga will be over, with Aberdeen confirming that the club has received a ‘significant offer’ from a currently unnamed club.
Team News | Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes confirmed on RedTV that the club has received a significant offer for Scott McKenna.
This is now being dealt with by the Chairman and the relevant Club. pic.twitter.com/6sVbdKLESj
— Aberdeen FC (@AberdeenFC) September 20, 2020
That club has been revealed though as English Championship side, Nottingham Forrest, who look to have secured the services of the Scotland international defender.
There has been a lot of talk, whether it be reports from certain media outlets or just from fans on social media, many times that McKenna may become a Celtic player.
He is certainly a player who has split opinion between the support, despite not even being our player, on whether to sign the 23-year old or not.
The majority of fans though, will most likely agree that although McKenna probably has certain qualities in his game, he just simply isn’t good enough for the hoops.
It is likely he will go on to have a decent career down south but I’m some people will be happy to see the back of him and the rumours that would surround his future, constantly somehow involving Celtic.