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The Agent for Luis Palma Opens the Door to the Celtic Deal’s Hidden Aspects.

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According to the player’s agent, Paulo Hernandez, Luis Palma’s summer transfer to Celtic was not without its difficulties.

Only in the last moments of the summer transfer window did the Hoops ultimately succeed in securing the Honduran international’s transfer from Aris Thessaloniki.

After losing their star player, Jota, to Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia earlier in July, Celtic’s recruitment of Palma was particularly important. It took Celtic nearly two before they could announce Palma’s arrival as Jota’s successor because of the void created by Jota.
When the links were so strong, many supporters were upset with Celtic for the delay, but nothing seemed to be occurring on their end.

Due to additional administrative delays, the player traveled through Dubai just in case there was a protracted hold-up.

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According to Luis Palma’s agent, the transfer was caused by his former team. Hernandez stated to Diez in Honduras:

Frankly, Luis’s was complicated. He belonged to a team whose president used a certain negotiating strategy and a lengthy contract to retain their talent. For Luis’ benefit, Celtic arrived with a lot of strength and interest, and a deal was struck.

“However, I must inform you that we easily had 12 people battling the operation, which had fallen, lifted, fallen, lifted, etc. It occurred in part as a result of the player’s decision to travel to Scotland and his refusal to consider other offers, as well as the people of Vida [Palma’s former club] and its president Luis Cruz, whom I much like and thank for their assistance to the player.

“I also can’t forget that I partially understand the president of Aris, who was the one who placed the wager on Luis Palma when he came from Honduras, from a small team, took the risk, and was right to demand what he thought had to be demanded for Palma because he was the only one who took the risk at the time,” the author continues.



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