Celtic star Luis Palma has insisted he has not heard anything about a potential departure from the club this summer.

Deportes TVC cover comments from the winger today and him basically pouring cold water on the notion of a move away from Celtic in the coming months.

The winger joined Celtic from Aris Saloniki in a €4.75m deal in August 2023 and hasn’t looked back since, with ten goals and ten assists in 36 games so far for the Scottish champions.

The 24-year-old is very much considered a key player under Brendan Rodgers, even if he only featured in 50% of the available minutes in the league this season.

If he continues to shine in Scotland, it won’t be long before he is linked away, with the players who impress in the country often moving on to play in bigger leagues in Europe.

That’s yet to truly happen for Palma, who at 24-years-old still has time on his side and plenty left to prove at Celtic to boot.

Perhaps that is why he was quick to shut down any talk of a move away when asked about the idea in a recent press conference.

“The truth is that this is the first time I’ve heard about offers, I’ve been at Celtic for a year, I’m fine and I have three or four more years,” he said.

“I have to focus on what’s coming in the season, get back to the level I was at when I arrived.

“Nothing is missing, I think that after the vacation with the family, returning to the club, and the preseason, will be important to become champions again and seek the three titles that we will fight for in the tournament.”