Kris Boyd now says Celtic could already make a £6m profit on 24-year-old signed in January

If Celtic decides to sell Alistair Johnston in the near future, they might make a £6 million profit. That’s according to Sky Sports’ Kris Boyd.

Boys was speaking ahead of Rangers’ match against St Mirren at Paisley before the game when he went on an unbelievable rant over Celtic’s transfer activities versus his previous club’s.
“There are some of them who have been there for a long time and others who have been there far too long,” Boyd told Sky Sports.

“If you compare Jeremie Frimpong to James Tavernier, he came in for £300k, sold for £10m plus add-ons, and will probably move again to bank Celtic more money.”

“Josip Juranovic comes in for £2.5-£3 million, and Celtic sells him for £7-£7.5 million.” Put that money in a bank. Buy Alistair Johnston for £4 million, and they’ve got another £10 million player on their books.

“Celtic bring in players, they win things, and every single one of them has more wins than James Tavernier.”

“They win things, they move them on.”


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Celtic’s transfer strategy maintains them one step ahead of the rest of the SPFL.
Of course, what Boyd says is correct. Celtic have had a transfer mechanism in place for nearly two decades that has served them well.

Due to the disastrous financial TV arrangement, Scotland has to find talented young people, develop them, and sell them for a great profit.

In addition to the players already listed by Boyd, Celtic have profited greatly from the sales of Kieran Tierney, Odsonne Edouard, Moussa Dembele, and (a little further back) Victor Wanyama.

It’s one of the primary reasons Celtic are expected to become unbeatable in Scotland. Their financial might exceeds that of their closest competitors.

The best part is that Celtic still have a lot of potential in their current group that they may sell for much more than £10 million. Celtic supporters are overjoyed right now.

In related news,’my jaw dropped’: Liam Scales was completely taken aback by what the ‘unbelievable’ Celtic man did against Kilmarnock.

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