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Celtic Fans Are Split Over Whether or Not Olivier Ntcham Should Be Sold to Porto

Celtic Fans Are Split Over Whether or Not Olivier Ntcham Should Be Sold to Porto

Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham is being linked with a move to Porto this afternoon and there’s plenty of Hoops supporters who seem rather split over the idea of losing the Frenchman this month.

The 22-year-old midfielder joined Brendan Rodgers’ side from Man City for a fee of £4.5 million back in 2017, and has shown flashes of brilliance since arriving in Scottish football.

However, Ntcham has struggled to put together a solid run of impressive performances, and the Sun are reporting that Portuguese giants Porto are keen on stealing him away before the transfer window slams shut on January 31.

Apparently, Porto are willing to offer Celtic a £14 million deal – which includes centre-back Chancel Mbemba, who they signed from Newcastle United for £8 million.

Ntcham is unquestionably a talented player, but should Peter Lawwell take Porto’s offer? This lot seem undecided…

Should Celtic do all they can to hold onto Ntcham, or should they bite Porto’s hand off?

What do you think?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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