It’s the price of success in a way, but the amount of clubs interested in Celtic players this summer has been unprecedented.
From Armstrong leaving to Tierney speculation alongside Jozo, Dembele, Leigh among others being looked st by other clubs, it’s been a tough summer for the Celtic support.
This isn’t set to ease just yet, especially when one of our player’s has been doing well at the World Cup.
Fulham have now been linked with a move for Dedryk Boyata.
The Belgian is in the last year of his deal with the club and spoke last season of wanting to head back to the Premier a league in the future.
Fulham are back in the Premier a league after winning promotion last season and are looking to strengthen their back line.
Its thought the player caught the club’s eye during the World Cup and may test Celtic’s resolve in a bid to land the Belgium.
Celtic can’t afford anymore outs at the moment, the revolving door has been more like an exit since the end of last season.
Rodgers has made it clear he would like to sign Boyata up on a new deal but he also wanted to keep Armstrong.
With the player in the last year of his deal Celtic do not hold all the aces.