Ghana and Gazişehir Gaziantep forward Patrick Twumasi- has recounted how he turned down an offer from Scottish giants Celtic.
The Ghanaian international says he turned down a move to Celtic after he opted to leave Astana.
Twumasi attracted massive interest from the Scottish giants after a Champions League game where he scored and excelled well.
His outstanding dis, prompted former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers to chase his signature but Twumasi says he didn’t fancy a move to Scotland.
Twumasi, 26, instead, opted for a move to Spanish side Deportivo Alaves, a decision the he wished to have reverted.
“I remember I had an offer from Celtic, they really wanted me when I was in Astana because I played against them in the Champions League game and I did very well,” he said as quoted by 442gh.com
“Rogers spoke to me after the game and after some days he got my number and called me. He told me he wanted me at the Club.
“Even though I was interested I was weighing the options on the table together with my agent and it happened that we settled on Alaves.
“Maybe Celtic would have been good for me but you never know, such things are bound to happen sometimes.”
Patrick Twuamsi, shockingly failed to impress at Alaves as he managed just 11 appearances before leaving for loan to Turkish outfit Gazişehir Gaziantep.
He seems to have found his lost form having netted 5 goals and 8 assists so far this season.