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‘McGinn All Over Again’ ‘Pay The Money’ Celtic Fans Call On Club To Open Their Wallets After Reports Of £1.2m Offer

Motherwell chief executive Alan Burrows says interested clubs must pay a significant fee if they want midfielder David Turnbull.

The 19-year-old is reportedly the subject of interest from Celtic who are said to be looking to make a £1.2m offer for the player.

However, Burrows tweeted that any club must exceed the £1.7m that they sold Phil O’Donnell for in 1994:

Celtic fans on Twitter are calling on the club to match Motherwell’s asking price, rather than risk losing out on him to another club:

Turnbull has certainly had a very good season, having scored 15 goals and contributed seven assists in 30 league games.

The teenager generally plays in central midfield but can also play in a more advanced role or from the left-hand side of the pitch.

Turnbull has recently been capped for Scotland’s Under 21s, playing in both friendlies against Sweden and Mexico back in March.