Frank McAvennie has tipped Celtic to sell Boli Bolingoli for £1.5million this summer after the defender’s actions led to the postponement of fixtures in Scotland.
The former Hoops and St Mirren striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, claimed that the club will not sack the 25-year-old having invested millions into him 12 months ago.
Bolingoli admitted on Monday that he played in Sunday’s match against Kilmarnock despite having recently returned from Spain without quarantining.
Subsequently First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has taken the huge decision to cancel Neil Lennon’s side’s games against St Mirren and Aberdeen.
McAvennie is adamant that there is no way back for the left-back and suggested that the club will sanction his sale for just half of the £3million paid for his service in 2019.
“Bolingoli has made a complete and utter balls up of it,” he told Football Insider. “He will get absolutely slaughtered.