Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed that the club have received "no bid" for
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"I am not sure where it's come from. Moussa's been linked with so many clubs since I've been here," Rodgers told BBC Radio Scotland.
"There's been no contact between the clubs and Moussa is very much still a Celtic player. There is no fee, no bid, there have been no talks.
"I can't say [he will stay in January]. I live in the real world of football and you can say things that make you look silly.
"Someone might come in with a bid that is an astronomical amount of money for the club and the player and, if the player wants to go, that's modern football."
Rodgers also spoke to BT Sport, explaining how he was asked if the rumours were true by a family member.
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"He's still very much a Celtic player."
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"When you've got good players and talented players… with all due respect, Celtic is a club that at times will lose some of the better players.
"But at this moment in time the squad is still very much intact and we want to add to it over the course of the January window.
"At this moment in time, the spirit of the group is very strong, their very happy and January will take its course."