Back in January, the agent of young Red Star Belgrade attacker Luka Adzic claimed that Celtic were keen on luring the talented forward to Parkhead.
“I know that there is an interest from Celtic, but also some other clubs for Luka,” Radojica Bozovic said in quotes reported by the Daily Record.
And, with the summer transfer window about to swing open, it seems that a move to Scotland is still on the cards for the 20-year-old Serbian.
The report, however, suggests that Celtic are to face some rather daunting competition if they are still keen to bring this highly-rated 20-year-old to Britain. Atletico Madrid, Sevilla, PSV and Anderlecht are all allegedly interested in Adzic, whose low transfer fee has much to do with the fact his contract is due to expire in December.
And for just £1.5 million, Celtic could land one of the most exciting attacking talents in Eastern Europe right now.
The Scottish Premiership champions have history when it comes to putting promising young footballers on the path to the top, so Adzic could do a lot worse than wear the green and white of Celtic next season.
He has seven goals and two assists for Red Star in 2017/18 and would enhance a Celtic forward line that has been decidedly erratic in this calendar year, typified by a 1-0 home defeat to Aberdeen on Sunday.