Celtic returned to winning ways yesterday as they put their Champions League exit behind them by beating Partick Thistle 3-1 away from home.
The Hoops have suffered one of their worst starts to a campaign in recent years and will now have to work their way through the Europa League. And, to make matters worse, one of Brendan Rodgers’ star men is the subject of interest, as according to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing a cut-price £10 million move for Kieran Tierney.
Sadly, Brendan Rodgers’ side failed to reach the Champions League recently and this could cause all sorts of financial and player problems.
Indeed, Celtic’s failure to reach the Champions League has hit the the Scottish champions hard in the pocket.
And, this could have a knock on effect when it comes down to receiving interest for Kieran Tierney, as Rodgers may have to let him go for a cut-price to cover the financial shortfall.
Worryingly, Tottenham aren’t the only team in the fold as Everton are also keeping an eye on developments.
The last thing that Celtic will want is to wave goodbye to their hottest prospect and first choice left-back.
Indeed, the Scotsman has established himself as a star at Parkhead and will play a vital part in their campaign.
But, with the Hoops failing to qualify for the Champions League and a couple of English Premier League clubs interested in signing the defender, they may have to let him go for a low price in January.