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2 hours ago, Rfc52 said:

I don't watch Scotland games but apparently against Cyprus he kicked the ball whatever way he was facing lol 

I was going to say exactly  this. At one point he was under zero pressure and had loads of time. I thought he'd control it and play a pass. He blootered it as hard as he could straight up in the air. He's very average for the money they want. If we offered 5m for him I'd be raging. 

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Hmmm. I don’t want them to sign him, he’s a good CB proven in this league and had some brilliant performances against us. No worth £5m but it’s hard to get a CB that adapts to Scottish football and you could easy waste that kinda money gambling on various foreigners as we well know.

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No matter how highly rated Turnbull's potential is or how highly rated McKenna's SPFL pedigree is, they are both being brought in to replace guys that are internationalists, winners(as much as it pains me to say it) and players with a lot of European experience.

Turnbull is a young lad who may or may not have had a flash in the pan end to his season and McKenna is a kick it the way yer facing son Scottish CB.

Am fucken shitting my pants tbh

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We’ve all seen it for years yet some of our support genuinely buy into the nonsense they come up with as well. 

McGregor will be next, Man Utd will offer £18 million but cellic want £30 mill, Man Utd walk away. 

Transfer window shuts- we’ve kept all our best players again, thank god for Pete the Jap

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Kieran Tierney: 'Are Arsenal a big enough club for him?' - Pat Bonner

Former celtic goalkeeper Pat Bonner has questioned whether Arsenal is "a big enough club" for Kieran Tierney after the Premier League side had a £15m bid for the Parkhead defender rejected.

Arsenal are optimistic of signing 22-year-old left-back Tierney from the Scottish champions.

And Bonner believes a fee of "around £25m, with add-ons" would be "a price you'd start talking about".

"If Kieran was playing in England, he'd probably be worth about £50m," he said.

"But because it's Scotland, I would think £25m would be a price you'd start talking about, with add-ons.

"He's got the ability to go into a club like Arsenal. Whether Arsenal is a big enough club for Kieran Tierney, that's the question.

"If you were picking out a player in British football at the moment that can play left-back, himself and [Liverpool's Scotland captain] Andy Robertson are the best two in Britain, if not Europe."

Arsenal optimistic over deal for celtic's Tierney

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Tierney, capped 12 times by Scotland, is contracted to celtic to 2023, and helped his boyhood club secure a domestic treble treble last term.

Former Everton and Scotland striker James McFadden says the £15m figure is not "anywhere near enough" for a player of Tierney's calibre.

"I don't think that will be even close to tempting celtic into selling," he added.

"You only need to look at his rival in the Scotland side, Andy Robertson, to say that there's not much to pick between them and for me they are as good as each other. So that would tell you celtic would be looking for far more if they want to sell him.

"I imagine at some point it would be good to see him test himself somewhere else but I don't think that point is right now."


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