CELTIC greeted Olivier Ntcham at Lennoxtown last Monday, when the Frenchman had to face music with regard to his comments to the French media.
The midfielder stated that he would like to leave Celtic this summer and that he would help in the development of the club, such as Marseille, because the SPFL can not get to nothing.
Neil Lennon admitted that he and his team were confused about the Ntcham outbreak and would return to the team on arrival.
The Celtic manager confirmed that the airline talks were clear last week and that everything is fine. Neil said in a conversation with RecordSport:
"He was disappointed at how he came, it was not his purpose," Lennon said.
"We had a nice chat, private chat and now there is no problem. He returned to the group and trained and prepared for the new season. «
Depending on what he said, he would find it difficult to find another way than he did.
He spoke L & # 39; Equipe, and the player said: "Celtic gave me a lot, but this is the best solution for my development.
"We can do as many matches as we want, but with all due respect to our opponents, if the level at the front is not high, you are not progressing.
"I was disappointed because I did not go to Porto last summer."
I'm sorry, but how did he come here? He seemed to have returned to Lennoxtown, shrugged his shoulders, offered a short excuse, and gave up his job.
When there is enough man to comment, there must be enough man to have these same comments.
Neil Lennon's explanation was also weak. He knows that he has disordered players on his hands, but to say that he would loudly reduce his value, we got it.
However, there are no signs that Ntcham would have expressed in an interview with L & # 39; Equpe. He often saw that in social media, if he thought the publication was misrepresented, then he would simply make it possible for everyone to know through social media when this happened or even last week when he returned .
If Celtic can get the prize they are looking for with Olivier, then he looks more like a door to Celtic Park.