NEIL LENNON, the Celtic manager, has conceded he may have to sell another player to cover the cost of Rangers not being in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League next season.
Celtic were among 10 SPL clubs to vote against the newco being allowed in the top tier, despite the loss of revenue two home Old Firm games would bring.
"It may mean we have to sell a player in terms of the commercial loss that comes with losing the three or four Old Firm games," Lennon said. "It's the same remit for me – to try to balance the books with players going out, paying the wages and trying to bring players in."
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