Celtic “do not want to sell” Kristoffer Ajer says supervisor Neil Lennon amid experiences of curiosity from AC Milan.
When requested if there had been any agency bids for Ajer, Celtic boss Lennon replied: “Nothing.”
“It’s disappointing on the day of the sport that this comes out as a result of that may unsettle a participant,” Lennon stated after the 3-2 win over Livingston.
“But I assumed, notably second half, he had a very robust sport and we do not want to sell him.
“I’m not satisfied £14m would reduce it anyway.”
Celtic moved prime of the desk on objectives scored after overcoming Livingston, with Greg Taylor organising their second objective and overcoming a knock to see out the match.
Boli Bolingoli has joined Istanbul Basaksehir on mortgage and Lennon is hoping to strengthen the left-back space to present back-up for Taylor.
“He’s the one participant we have now in that place so he wants a bit of little bit of assist and the squad wants it as nicely,” added Lennon.
“So, we’re trying, we’re actively trying. There’s no mad rush to get one in however we might like to do that if we might.”