”Offers coming in like that are very flattering. If I keep playing well, there will be more to come in the years ahead. If there is an offer that is right I will get a chance to move on but now I am fully focused and enjoying playing for Aberdeen and wanting to be part of a successful team, winning trophies.”
Celtic cannot afford to play the waiting game and have another insignificant transfer window in January.
In the summer, they messed about with lesser bids for the likes of McKenna and John McGinn and Brendan Rodgers failed to land either of them.
With Dedryck Boyata set to leave the club and Filip Benkovic also going back to King Power Stadium at the end of the season, signing a centre-half should be on the top of the shopping list for Rodgers.
The likes of Jack Hendry and Jozo Simunovic have been inconsistent and the club should look to splurge on McKenna in the winter transfer period.
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