Celtic’s interest in Greek striker expected to end with €25m price-tag

Celtic’s interest in Greek striker Fotis Ioannidis is expected to end after a reliable source claimed that Panathinaikos would be demanding €25m for the player. According to Greek journalist Giannis Chorianopoulos, the Super League club want to bring in a sizeable fee for their star man as clubs across Europe consider a summer move.

Chorianopoulos, the Editor in Chief at Sportime newspaper, has taken to Twitter/X to update followers on the asking price for clubs interested in bringing Ioannidis into their club.

In 38 appearances for Panathinaikos, the striker has scored 21 goals and assisted on 7 occasions. The performances have caught the attention of clubs around Europe with Celtic linked as being interested. However, if the €25m price tag that Chorianopoulos mentions, Brendan Rodgers’ side will not be progressing with interest in the player. Rodgers is currently running his eye over Adam Idah before deciding whether or not to sign the Ireland Internationalist. Another player that has been linked is Mathias Kvistgaarden from Brondby.

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