42 years-old Scottish former footballer Michael Stewart reveals the deal Celtic Fc should have use to sign their number one transfer target Bojan Miovski during january transfer window - soocer442
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42 years-old Scottish former footballer Michael Stewart reveals the deal Celtic Fc should have use to sign their number one transfer target Bojan Miovski during january transfer window

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In January, Celtic got the scorer they wanted, but not in the way many people would have liked.

Fans can’t be told that Adam Idah, who was having a bad season at Norwich City in the Championship, was Brendan Rodgers’ first choice or the player he wanted to sign the most.

Not at all, especially since the star player from the Republic of Ireland is only with Celtic on loan until the end of the season. That only shows short-term thought.

Michael Stewart told The Scottish Football Podcast that he didn’t understand why the Scottish Premiership winners didn’t just sign Aberdeen star Bojan Miovski.

Because he scored the first goal for his managerless team against the under-pressure Bhoys on Saturday, Celtic fans sadly got to see why he is so highly regarded.

That proved how valuable the 24-year-old was, and Michael Stewart thinks that a transfer fee of “£5 million” would have been enough to keep Aberdeen from losing such an important player.

42 years-old Scottish former footballer Michael Stewart reveals the deal Celtic Fc should have use to sign their number one transfer target Bojan Miovski during january transfer window

Even with Pittodrie’s problems this season, those chances probably would have been higher, but the people inside Parkhead thought otherwise.

Should Bojan Miovski have been signed by Celtic?
“Bojan Miovski would become an instant favorite with Celtic and be a great addition to their team,” Stewart said.

What are you saying? Celtic couldn’t have spent £5 million, right? Aberdeen would have had a hard time turning down £5 million, but they haven’t.

Asking, “Why?” “I am uncertain.”

Adam Idah will have the backing of Celtic fans.

Nothin’ will happen to the kid. He doesn’t have to worry about much because he’s only here for a short time and wasn’t everyone’s first choice.

If you’re going to judge Idah by his first performance, that was a good start from his own point of view.

This could turn out to be a great move for the team, and you never know in these cases. Celtic then plan to sign him permanently in the summer.

Whatever happens, I hope it works out for the man and the club.

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