"Not part of his plans" - Sead Haksabanovic break silence and explain how Brendan Rodgers made him to exit from Celtic F.C with a clear message to join Malmo - soocer442
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“Not part of his plans” – Sead Haksabanovic break silence and explain how Brendan Rodgers made him to exit from Celtic F.C with a clear message to join Malmo

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Sead Haksabanovic’s time with Celtic is over as he signed a four-year deal with Swedish top team Malmo.

The 25-year-old was a regular under Ange Postecoglou, but after Brendan Rodgers came back, he fell out of favor. He went on loan to Stoke City after an Instagram post made fun of his value at the club.

Of Haksabanovic’s 42 games for Celtic, five goals and four assists weren’t bad by any means. However, he wasn’t with the team for most of last season, so his exit wasn’t really a surprise.

The Montenegro international said earlier this week that the people in charge in Glasgow’s east end wanted to keep him, which meant that Rodgers was the reason he left.

The way he left to join Malmo caused him a lot of anger, which he has now talked about in more detail.

"Not part of his plans" - Sead Haksabanovic break silence and explain how Brendan Rodgers made him to exit from Celtic F.C with a clear message to join Malmo

Sead Haksanabovic on his disappointment at Celtic’s exit

He told the newspaper, “He told me straight out that I wasn’t part of his plans, even though the board believed in me and wanted me to stay.” I won’t tell anyone else because it wasn’t just him. The most annoying thing is that none of the teachers who have poked me have told me why.

“Once in a while, I wonder why I can’t play if there’s something I could do better or something I’m missing.” But not anymore. After that, all I can do is put it on the plan.

I’m happy that I still train every day and give it my all with the goal of being in the top five. As I am aware of my strengths that can help me achieve great things.

What’s done is done; Haksabanovic is no longer a Celtic player. For a number of reasons, his leaving seems to be the best option for everyone.

The £1.7 million fee he got for his skills and the money that wasn’t spent on wages should hopefully be used to make the market stronger.

It’s good to see Celtic getting rid of unnecessary players when they need to, but it’s time for some new players to come to Parkhead.







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