Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong is being urged to stay at the club this summer, amid reports about his future.
As reported by the Daily Mail, former Celtic captain Tom Boyd says that Armstrong should turn down interest from England.
Boyd has urged Armstrong to prioritise winning at Celtic over the lure of more money elsewhere.
What do you want to be as a player? Do you want to be a winner? Or do you want to just earn good money? I really hope Stuart can stay at Celtic. We don’t want our best players leaving.
I know in the grand scheme of things there’s a big gap between the Scottish Premiership and the English Premiership. And he clearly has a decision to make.
But I don’t want to see Stuart go. Hopefully we can get him to stay – a five year contract would be nice.
Reports emerged over the weekend that the club were willing to listen to offers for the player.
Crystal Palace were one of many teams to be linked with the player, while Southampton have also expressed interest in recent months.
West Brom and Brighton have also been credited with an interest in the Scottish international.
Armstrong has been linked with a move away for some time and is about to enter the final months of his contract at the club, which may force the Hoops into selling the player.