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Martin Dubravka in direct Celtic transfer address as Newcastle United star welcomes ‘concrete offer

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Star player Martin Dubravka of Newcastle United has reacted to rumors of a possible transfer to Celtic.

Following Joe Hart’s retirement at the end of the previous campaign, the Premiership and Scottish Cup winners are looking for a new No. 1. Brendan Rodgers believes that the 35-year-old is one of the top contenders to take over for the former England international. Due to an injury to Nick Pope in the second half of the previous season, Slovakia’s first-choice goalkeeper was catapulted into a starting position in the English Premier League; however, Eddie Howe appears to have moved him back down the list for the upcoming campaign.

This season, Newcastle has been strongly connected to a transfer for Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford. If that happens, Dubravka may fall to third choice, opening the door for for a departure from St. James’ Park with Celtic in the vicinity. As he stated LAST summer that the Scottish champions were keen, the goalie now acknowledges he would take a “concrete offer” into consideration.

He stated: “I am aware that there are rumors; teammates question me about them, agents and individuals phone me, if there is any truth to it, when I’m on international duty at Euro 2024. A year ago, there was some truth to that, and as you can see, I stayed in Newcastle, so I continue to believe that if there isn’t an official offer on the table, I won’t deal at all.”I informed my agents that I would only take it under consideration if it was concrete and there was an offer. It is merely at this level of some noises right now.”

Additionally, David Zika, Dubravka’s agent, already claimed in January that his client is not in a haste to make a decision. If he wins Euro 2024, people’s opinions about his future may shift. “Mato [Dubravka] is satisfied that he has the necessary minutes, but the truth is also that United will have two quality goalkeepers and only one can play if Nick Pope comes back,” he said in an interview with

“I’m willing to wager that he will end this campaign in Newcastle. We discussed it with him, but in my opinion, he now has perfect timing for everything. He’s competing, improving with each match, and before long, the European Championships will arrive, with just one more year on his deal.”

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