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Turkish Media Say Celtic’s Stefan Johansen Has Agreed Terms With Galatasaray

Turkish Media Say Celtic’s Stefan Johansen Has Agreed Terms With Galatasaray

Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen is close to moving to Galatasaray, having already agreed terms with club, according to reports coming out of Turkey this afternoon.

Turkish news outlet Ligtv.com are reporting that the Norwegian will travel to Turkey over the next day or two to have a medical, ahead of a transfer thought to worth around £1.1 million.

The news that a club as big as Galatasaray are buying Johansen may come as something of a surprise to Celtic fans, given his inconsistent performances last season, and his time in Glasgow will be remembered with mixed emotions by many.

After winning Scotland’s PFA Player of the Year award in his first full season at Parkhead, Johansen’s performances tailed off sharply, and he was often on the wrong end of severe criticism from Hoops supporters during the 2015/2016 campaign.

How do you think he’ll fare in Turkey? And are Celtic doing the right thing by getting rid of him?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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