Danny Mills is not shy of voicing his opinion, and his latest comments about Fraser Forster’s valuation have angered a number of Celtic fans.
The former Manchester City man claimed earlier this week that Southampton’s reported £25million valuation of Fraser Forster was “relatively cheap,” in the current transfer market.
However these Celtic fans clearly disagree with Mills.
Twitter: @ReadCeltic I think Danny Mills can’t tie his own shoes. (@theheatoflisbon)
Twitter: @ReadCeltic That comment is a straight sackable offence 👋🏻 (@LisbonCeltic67)
Twitter: @ReadCeltic Absolute clown (@magintylegend5)
Twitter: @ReadCeltic Typical bald nonce reply (@dale_carlin)
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It’s difficult to see the logic behind Mills’ comments, as £25million for a ‘keeper who is 31-years-old and was a third choice at Southampton at the start of this season is certainly not “relatively cheap.”
While he has been in outstanding form for Celtic this season and looks set to be in line for a recall to the England squad, a fee in that region does seem to be too inflated.
Furthermore, Celtic would not be able to reach anywhere near that reported valuation and it would be a big blow if Southampton do price the Hoops out of a move for Forster next summer.