Celtic ace Oliver Ntcham shares one thing he doesn't enjoy about life at Parkhead

Dublin , Ireland - 7 July 2018; Oliver Ntcham of Celtic in action against David McAllister of Shamrock Rovers during the friendly match between Shamrock Rovers and Glasgow Celtic at...

The Celtic ace has been the subject of interest from Porto, according to reports.

Oliver Ntcham (R), and Dedryck Boyata of Celtic celebrates at the final whistle as Celtic beat Rangers 4-0 during the Scottish Cup Semi Final match between Rangers and Celtic at Hampden...

Celtic ace Olivier Ntcham spoke to reporters about how much he is enjoying life in Glasgow's east-end, although he did admit that he was flattered to hear that Porto were interested in signing him, as quoted by the Daily Record.

The 22-year-old joined the Hoops from Manchester City in the summer of 2017, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £4.5 million, and he has firmly established himself as one of Brendan Rodgers' most important players.

 

According to a report from Goal France, Celtic turned down a £13.5 million bid from Porto for the France under-21 international, so Rodgers obviously views the midfielder as a key man.

Ntcham spoke to reporters about his time at Parkhead, and highlighted one thing that he does not enjoy about living in Scotland, as quoted by the Daily Record:

Oliver Ntcham of Celtic take the ball ahead of Alexander Kokorin of Zenit St Petersburg during UEFA Europa League Round of 32 match between Celtic and Zenit St Petersburg at the Celtic...

"I’m happy when I hear that. It means that I had been doing great work. I felt as though I had a great last season and it was like winning a trophy for me to hear this, so I was pleased with that. But I am happy with life in Scotland. I enjoy everything, well maybe apart from the food."

Celtic's chances of achieving success this season will be heavily dependant on whether they can keep hold of Ntcham in January, and if they manage to do just that, there is no reason why they can't win multiple trophies once again.

Oliver Ntcham of Celtic is challenged by Chris Casement of Linfield during the UEFA Champions League Qualifying Second Round, Second Leg match between Celtic and Linfield at Celtic Park...

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