Scottish Premier League Champions Celtic FC are yet to lay a new offer on the table for Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama.
The team had earlier in the season announced that they sweeten his deal with the team, to keep away would-be suitors, and the player himself has declared his intention to stay with the team longer.
His business manager Rob Moore, confirming that no talks have commenced, said that they expect the club to give an offer equivalent to the players skill.
-He came in on an 'entry level' deal
but is established as one of the best young midfielders in Europe, and because
of that it is not unreasonable that it is recognised and he is rewarded
accordingly, Moore told Skysports.
Moore also hinted at Wanyama not being keen on lengthening the duration of his stay with Celtic, with his contract still far from over.
-There have been reports of a long-term deal, but Victor still has three years left on his deal anyway, so we probably don't see the benefit of actually extending the duration.
Wanyama has been reported to have drawn interest from English Premier League sides, Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool among others.