At least £10 million! Aberdeen mythology places a monetary value on purported Celtic target Miovski.

Aberdeen are expected to demand a sum of at least £10 million for Bojan Miovski, according to Joe Harper.

 

It was claimed in midweek that the striker would be a January target for Celtic, and that a bid of £5 million would be tough for Chairman Dave Cormack to turn down.
Miovski has scored on a regular basis since joining Aberdeen in the summer of 2022, but no one from outside of Glasgow is going to be sold for £10 million any time soon.
MTK Budapest agreed a sum of £500,000 to allow the Macedonian striker to transfer to Scotland, but Harper believes his value has skyrocketed as a result of his goals for MK Dons.
The former Scotland striker explains in his P&J column:
If any club wants to sign Aberdeen striker Bojan Miovski in January, I believe they should have to spend at least £10 million.
Celtic are apparently considering a January transfer for Aberdeen’s top scorer. If they want to sign Miovski, they must be willing to dig deep and pay a seven-figure transfer price.
If Miovski were to leave, I doubt it would be to Celtic. I am confident that clubs in England and abroad will be interested in the 24-year-old striker.
Miovski has demonstrated not only his ability to score in Scotland, but also his ability to find the back of the net in Europe.
That is a significant commodity that will be noticed by clubs all throughout Europe.
Miovski, hopefully, will stay at Pittodrie beyond the January transfer window.
The essential point is that Aberdeen are in control because Miovski is under contract with the club until the summer of 2026 – and the Dons do not have to trade their star striker.
If they do, it will be on their terms and for a large sum of money.
Brendan Rodgers is in a pickle in January, with Kyogo Furuhashi, Oh Hyeon-gyu, and Daizen Maeda all set to miss three SPFL games, including trips to Aberdeen and Hibs.
There are no apparent alternatives in the Celtic team, but the requirement for a striker may be temporary when his squad reassembles following the Asian Cup.

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