Celtic have not been particularly reluctant when it comes to spending money in the transfer market to bring new players to Parkhead in recent years.
And, one player that the club splashed out a fee of £1.7m on back in the 2014 January transfer window was Stefan Johansen.
During his time at Celtic Park, the midfielder scored 19 goals and provided 22 assists in 114 appearances across all competitions.
In the 2016 summer transfer window, Celtic then sold the Norwegian to Fulham in a deal worth around £2m.
The 2019/20 season saw the former Hoops star play in 36 games but fail to find the back of the net.
Last summer saw Johansen bring an end to his time with Fulham by joining fellow London club Queens Park Rangers on a permanent deal worth just £630k after he had spent some time there on loan.
This season has seen the Norway international pick up more yellow cards (7) than goal contributions, despite making 34 appearances in the Championship.
To further highlight how unimpressive the midfielder has been going forward, only eight of the 23 shots at goal he’s had in the league have been on target.
His overall performances haven’t been much to shout about either, with WhoScored giving him a rather underwhelming season rating of 6.61.
Described as a player that had a reputation of having a “bad attitude” by former Celtic manager Ronny Deila, Johansen has gradually seen his transfer value and yearly goal contributions go down since his early Fulham days.
Taking all of this into account, it seems as though not only did the Parkhead club get a lot out of the player on the pitch, but they also pulled a financial blinder by selling him when they did.
With the way Celtic have shot to the top of the SPFL table this season under Ange Postecoglou, it’s hard to imagine that many supporters will have been wishing their club had kept hold of the £11k-per-week midfield man.