Haksabanovic’s emotional farewell at Celtic exit he didn’t want

Sead Haksabanovic has posted an emotional farewell to Celtic after his move to Malmo was confirmed. The Montenegro Internationalist joined the Swedish side on a four year deal after his departure from the Scottish Champions was confirmed.

Posting on Instagram, the 25-year-old said that he didn’t want the exit but that he respected the decision of the Celtic manager, who appears to have sanctioned his exit.

The farewell from the winger seems heartfelt but it also includes the petulance that accelerated his departure. Brendan will look to get a player that possesses pace and power to replace him with any fee that was recouped for the player from the £1m outlay to Rubin Kazan.

Haksabanovic leaves the club having made 42 appearances and scoring 13 goals plus assisting 9 times.

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  1. Hako was another player from the price bracket we operated in, who had potential but failed to reach it with ourselves imo?
    Had a role to play within our squad, but ended up thinking he was actually far better than he really was?
    Once he fell out with Rodgers, his potential Celtic career went with it.
    However, what I find a bit surprising still, is hako was replaced within the squad by Palma, yet is there really that much difference between the pair of them, in terms of quality and what they bought to the squad for ourselves?
    That’s now 3 out of 4 of our wide options gone from our treble winning team?
    And our wide areas were of a great concern in the early part of last season, even if they improved hugely in the latter part of the season in securing the double?
    So believe the adjustments Rodgers introduced in our wider areas, took far longer than expected to get up to speed for ourselves imo?
    Would expect an improvement next season, with the wider opinions available to ourselves, far more use to the expectations and demands of Rodgers?
    Yet on paper, our wider options now, still don’t look as exciting as what Ange had within the treble winning season?
    Still wouldn’t class our wider options now,as ones of great concern within our squad, but still be hoping for improvement in both quality and consistency next season imo?
    And that potentially means that Palma has to be able to offer ourselves far more than what hako could?

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