Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata was reportedly wanted by Fulham in the summer transfer window.
According to a report in The London Evening Standard earlier this month, Fulham made a bid of £9 million for the former Manchester City defender.
The report also quoted Celtic manager Rodgers as saying that the Scottish giants had turned down the offer from the Premier League club.
Former Rangers striker Boyd, now on the books of Kilmarnock, has suggested that Celtic manager Rodgers should have sold Boyata to Celtic.
Boyd wrote in The Scottish Sun: “I just cannot understand why Celtic didn’t take the money Fulham slapped down on the table.
“Rodgers obviously wanted to keep him for the Champions League qualifiers but, for me, he should have instructed the board to take the £9million offer. I would’ve driven Boyata to London for that kind of money.”
Boyata is still at Celtic, but the situation of the 27-year-old defender at the Hoops is quite tricky at the moment.
The Belgium international did not play for Celtic against AEK Athens in the Champions League qualifier last week.
According to BBC Sport, Boyata claimed that he was injured for the match against Athens, but Rodgers said that the defender was fit to play.
The report has also claimed that the Belgian trained with the Celtic Under-20 side this past Saturday and missed the Scottish League Cup tie against Partick Thistle.
Rodgers, though, has said, as quoted by BBC Sport, that Boyata could be back in the team for Thursday’s Europa League play-off against Suduva.