Alright I'm prepared to accept that 'who cares ' might not have been the best way to phrase that, what I should've said is who's overly concerned?I'm not sure that nobody cares. It is just the way of modern football. As fans we have just got to adjust our perceptions as to what it means for most of the players who pull on the Hoops on a weekly basis. The vase majority are here to collect a wage - if they get to enjoy some success and pick-up trophies then all the better. But we are undoubtedly seen as a stepping stone to greater riches (as I've said for many years now, I fully expect this to be part of the sales pitch our negotiators use when trying to entice players to Scotland to sign for us).
As long as the player gives their all every time they play for us, and no bitching and throwing tantrums in an attempt to force a sale, then that is all I expect/demand of them. If they do that and play fair by us then I will wish them well. They may only be here for 2, 3 or 4 years, but I'm sure they will still have a lifelong love for the Celtic family after they have moved on - possibly for a much bigger payday than we can afford to give them!
Personally I think it is too early for Abada to move on just yet. I think he needs at least another season to mature and develop before trying his luck in England. I fear that he may fail badly and disappear, whereas a wee bit of patience would give him a much bigger chance of success. But his agent won't earn any money unless he persuades him to move so that is where the conflict arises and they do not care about anything long-term as they try to grab money as and when they can.
Abadas returns for Celtic have been frankly outstanding but I don't think anyone would be overly worried about him leaving.
I won't and I say that knowing how good he's been for us.
He wants to leave and fair enough.
If he wants to go , his agent thinks he's ready then he'll go with my blessing and for a profit.
We've seen better than abada seek pastures new and this a player who rarely starts for us I'm confident we'll survive without him.