Celtic are reportedly set to make a move for Kilmarnock’s Greg Taylor over the weekend, and many Killie fans are not happy with the rumours.
Neil Lennon is said to be keen on agreeing a deal for the left-back prior to Celtic’s first Glasgow derby of the season, with a bit of £1million plus loan players reported to be an opening offer.
And while that may be good news for Hoops supporters, these Killie fans certainly appear disgruntled by the potential move.
Twitter: @Record_Sport Oh aye, because he’s Scottish he’s not worth the money, Greg is the most underrated attacking left ba… https://t.co/xFNVU1KzE5 (@kbp1960)
Twitter: @Record_Sport 3 million minimum for a young Scottish international who has had 4 outstanding seasons. If you want h… https://t.co/4wuL9bM1rc (@DavidMunroOrr)
Twitter: @scotsunsport @BillyBtankers Motherwell wanted to sell Turnbul at 3 million. Taylor has 4 times the experience, pl… https://t.co/akbU6PkXnl (@Lewis20Hanlon03)
Furthermore, according to the Daily Record, two more supporters are unhappy by the potential move.
Jim McClean, Rothesay, said: Here we go again with Celtic wanting good Scottish players on the cheap. Ridiculous. I hope Billy Bowie tells them to stick their million pounds back in the new bigger biscuit tin they bought with the Kieran Tierney transfer money. And tell them we don’t want Boli Bolingoli in exchange.
Edward Fraser emailed: I am annoyed that Celtic are still trying to low-ball other Scottish clubs when making offers for their players, yet demand full price for their own players. Then they complain when their asking price is not met and say that their players are being affected by the interest in them