Saints Planning Another Raid On Celtic
Monday, 3rd Jul 2017 10:55
Arron Sanders takes a look at another possible shopping trip to Celtic who must now be feeling that we are as bad as Liverpool are to us in keeping buying players off them
According to reports, Southampton have been linked with another raid on Celtic, this time for highly-rated midfielder Stuart Armstrong.
But Saints would have to cough up £10 million for the 25-year-old Scotland international who has played over 200 games for both Celtic and his former team Dundee United.
As with previous transfers between the clubs Celtic are going to want to hang on to their best players until after the Champions League qualifiers are over.
And if Celtic were to sell the former Dundee United ace if would not be until late in the transfer window as the Virgil Van Dijk transfers and others were over previous seasons.
Saints have a good record when it comes to the quality of signings from The Hoops, should Armstrong replicate that fact then we would be getting a great deal for the fee quoted.
What do you make of this latest rumoured transfer target? Would you welcome the signing of Stuart Armstrong to St Mary's?
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