Celtic winger changes agent in bid to enter Premiership
Celtic winger Aiden McGeady has reportedly changed agent in a bid to make it into the English Premier League next season.
The winger - who also plays for the Irish national team - was represented by David Holbrook and Gary Hamson, the former Sheffield United and Leeds United player, who negotiated the offer from Spartak Moscow which is still on the table.
The fast-paced winger, however, has changed to Struan Marshall – who represents Keane, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, among others - in the hope that he can land him a transfer to an English Premier League side.
Clubs, though, have already cooled off on their top offers for the player.;
Celtic are asking £10million for the player, though that price hasn’t yet caught the eye of any interested suitors.
Tottenham Hotsspurs and Aston Villa, two other interested are parties, are also said to be unwillingly to part with Celtic’s asking price.
The best offer received to date was from Birmingham who reportedly offered a package potentially worth £14million, of which half would have been cash in advance with everything else dependent on add-ons, such as appearance and goalscoring totals.
Although McGeady has yet to score, he’s been capped over 30 times for Ireland’s national side.
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