The Polish international is a free agent in the summer.
Celtic have several players whose contracts expire this summer, including their second choice keeper Lukasz Zaluska. The Polish stopper has been with The Bhoys since 2009 but has never been a true starter in that time.
Now he plays second fiddle to Craig Gordon between the sticks for Celtic and according to reports, he will be on his way in the summer.
Polish source Goal.pl claim that Zaluska and Celtic have already agreed he will be on his way out of the club this summer, in order to hunt for first-team football elsewhere.
The 32-year-old will surely have plenty of offers for his services. He has one cap for his country and will likely have suitors both in Scotland and in his Polish homeland.
The apparently imminent departure of Zaluska surely means that Celtic will be offering a new contract to impressive Italian youngster Leo Fasan.
His deal also expires in the summer, but he has looked good in under-21 fixtures recently and he would be a decent back-up to Scottish international Gordon in the 2014-15 season.
Unless Celtic go looking for an entirely new keeper altogether.