Date published: Sunday 2nd July 2017 7:28
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that Chelsea and Manchester United target Moussa Dembele could leave the club.
Dembele has been linked with a host of big clubs including AC Milan and Arsenal as well as the aforementioned duo.
There were also reports that Everton were weighing up a £30million bid for the France U21 international.
However, Rodgers has admitted that while a sale could happen, it would not happen before the Champions League qualifiers are over.
“Moussa is very content and happy,” said Rodgers. “He looks very fit and hasn’t had a long lay-off because he went away with the French Under 21s.
“He is someone of great character. He is very stable, nothing affects him, but if there’s anything that comes in…
“He is not a player we want to sell, but we know how football works and we’ll see what happens.
“But certainly not until after the Champions League qualifiers, there won’t be anything done before then.
“That goes for all the players. I am very happy with the general make-up of the squad.”