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‘£6m plus add-ons is daylight robbery’ ‘£30m elite level player’ ‘underwhelming amount’ Furious bears react to Aribo’s cut price transfer fee

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After being softened up for the sale of Joe Aribo Ibrox fans were consoling themselves with Dembele Dollars to boost Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s transfer war-chest. 

Leaked details of a £10m get-out clause wasn’t well received despite the former Charlton starlet being in the final year of his contract. Double that figure then we’ll talk was the view of most bears online.

This morning they were dealt a hammer blow- completely at odds with the soothing messages sent out by their trusted In The Know (on message) fan-media reps. 

Fabrizio Romano is the most trusted transfer source on Twitter broke the news. When he says £6m it means £6m despite the wishful thinking and spin from BBC Scotland, the Daily Record and the Daily Express. 

Over three instalments £6m is hardly life changing for the summer budget. Transfer guru Ross Wilson has been rumbled by his former employers.  

Southampton paid Celtic much more for Fraser Forster, Virgil van Dijk, Victor Wanyama and Stuart Armstrong. 

Four weeks away from a Champions League qualifier the odds are stacking up against the Tribute Act joining Celtic in the lucrative group stages.   

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2 comments

  • Tony B says:

    1) sevcvnts fans are the dumbest fans in football.

    2) They know nothing about football and never did otherwise they wouldn’t support sevco.

    3) That is all you need to know about them.

  • John S says:

    £6M is way over the mark. Is he any better than a younger Stuart Armstrong ?

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