Done Deal: Celtic cautioned to pay a record amount of $5.87 million For…

Like the typical London buses, another appeared immediately after a few days. Using his brain in every sense of the word, Idah kept up his goal-per-game average in Celtic colors during the 7-1 thumping of Dundee.

And Carlton Palmer thinks that anybody thinking that Celtic could sign a long-term contract with Idah for a low cost is seriously misguided because of Idah’s talent, his form, and the long-term nature of his Norwich contract—the 23-year-old is committed to Carrow Road until 2028.
Palmer continues, “It’s odd that Celtic couldn’t agree on a price for him.” “The fee could be around £10 million, which would be considered a reasonable fee for a player of his experience and stature, especially considering that he is an international player and of his age.”

Palmer, who is now five games unbeaten in the Scottish Premiership, tells Football League World of Idah, “It’s a very, very bright start.”

It is unclear what the number will be. However, it will exceed the initial £3 million that was promised.

Palmer, who formerly played for West Brom, Leeds, and Southampton, thinks that Celtic would regret not settling on an option-to-buy clause prior to Idah’s deadline-day move to Parkhead, as his rapid success in Scotland is expected to increase his worth.

Celtic has never before paid an eight-figure fee for a player; they head to Hearts on Sunday. Odsonne Edouard, their current record signing, paid £9 million to leave PSG in 2018.

Remarkably, Sydney van Hooijdonk, the man who replaced Idah at Norwich, acknowledged last week that he had negotiations with Celtic during the previous window.

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