Opinion – Any bids for CCV must be rebuffed

Any bids for Cameron Carter-Vickers must be rebuffed…

Cameron Carter-Vickers of Celtic applauds the crowd . (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

A few rumours doing the rounds yesterday seemed to suggest that a few EPL clubs are preparing a bid for Celtic’s Big Strong Man, Cameron Carter-Vickers.

It’s no surprise that the American international is attracting attention as he’s a superb player, but any offer that does come in, must be rebuffed by the club. It’s imperative that he stays.

Cameron Carter-Vickers Photo: Jeff Holmes

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CCV is the best centre back we’ve had since Virgil van Djik, that is a fact. He’s so vital to our side. He’s a colossus at the back and a real leader. His presence and calmness at the back is worth it’s weight in gold to us, more than any offer that may be made this window.

Of course every player has their price, but it would take a club record transfer fee to prize the big man away from us. Well I hope it would, because one things for certain, if the board decide to cash in on him there will be hell to pay.

We can’t afford to sell any of our best players at this stage of the campaign, and CCV is one of our best. We need the strongest squad available as we look to successfully defend our title. We aren’t under pressure financially to sell any of our best assets, and CCV is one of our biggest, so any offers must be kicked immediately into touch.

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