Celtic manager Neil Lennon says Thomas Rogne will be fined by the club after expressing his frustration over the progress of contract talks.
The Norweigan defender hit out at the Glasgow side over their failure to offer him a new deal that he feels reflects his true value.
He told the Daily Record: "This is about the economy. I have played when I have been healthy and feel I should be paid like the other players in that category but the deal has been much worse.
"The salary must reflect my value."
However those comments have not gone down well with Lennon who has reprimanded the 22-year-old.
Ahead of Celtic’s SPL game with St Johnstone, he said: “Well he feels he was misquoted and he didn’t know what all the fuss was about.
“He and his advisors are in negotiations at the minute and he wants to stay. He felt the comments weren’t attributed to him but he’s going to face a club fine because we don’t want the players talking club business when they’re on international duty.
“Maybe he wasn’t aware of that but he is now. We want him here and talks are ongoing at the minute.”
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