Celtic are expecting to complete a deal for Colin Kazim-Richards.
Colin Kazim-Richards is travelling to Celtic to complete a transfer from Feyenoord, report Sky Sports.
Celtic are hopeful to add new faces after a disappointing cup semi-final defeat to Ross County at the weekend.
The Mail reported on Saturday that Celtic were holding talks with Feyenoord over Kazim-Richards, which appear to have been successful.
The attacker is now 29, and has played in England previously. He had spells with Brighton and Hove Albion, Sheffield United, and Blackburn Rovers, before leaving for Turkey.
He is a Turkish international and will want his spell at Celtic to be successful to boost his chances of playing at Euro 2016.
Kazim-Richards has made 11 Eredivisie appearances for Feyenoord this season but only four have been starts, with one goal to his name.
Celtic remain top of the table in the Scottish Premier League, and the prospect of a medal could help persuade Kazim-Richards to sign.