Celtic Anticipate Additional Interest in Leeds United player

According to Anthony Joseph, Leeds United reportedly made Celtic a £10 million offer for midfielder in the summer, but if they make a new pitch in January, they may fare better.

When the transfer window reopens in a little more than three months, Celtic are anticipating additional interest from clubs all around Europe, according to Sky Sports [25 September].

In a little more than three months, when the transfer window reopens, Celtic anticipates additional interest from clubs all throughout Europe.

It is unknown if Leeds is still as interested in O’Riley as they were at this time last month given that they recently acquired other center midfielders Glen Kamara and Ilia Gruev.

Due to the 22-year-old’s contract, which runs through 2026, Celtic was in a strong position at the time, and there were rumors that a new contract might be reached.

Even while Sky Sports claims that discussions on new terms have been underway, nothing has been decided upon as of yet.

Early in the new year, when they aim to be firmly in the Championship promotion picture, Leeds may easily be tempted to pursue the Denmark U21 international once more.

With four goals and two assists in six Scottish Premiership games so far this season, it is safe to assume Celtic will not budge on their assessment of O’Riley, whatever that may be.

However, if Leeds can offer the player Premier League football as a carrot and the player gives no indication that he is eager to sign a new contract, this may be a scenario worth investigating again in January.

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