Celtic will be looking to work on a few things during the international period as the Bhoys aim to overhaul the two-point gap that Rangers have opened up on us in the league.
Losing to Livingston at the weekend was far from ideal and with the Gers beating Hamilton hours later it seems safe to assume that we’re in a real battle for the title this season.
January could be important, then, and hopefully, we’ll reinvest at least some of the money from the Kieran Tierney deal in that window.
John Hartson feels as though we could have earned a lot more, meanwhile, with him saying via the Daily Record:
“Arsenal probably got him on the cheap if you look at the fact Manchester United paid £50m for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Also, average players are going for £30m or £40m and Kieran is certainly not average.
“Celtic could have held out for another £5m or so but it is still good money they have banked, especially due to the fact he has come through the ranks and hasn’t cost the club a penny.”
We did get good money for KT but I am inclined to agree with Big John because we could have got more money for a player of his calibre.
He’s better than the likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and his price should have reflected that.