Kilmarnock are said to be ready to cash in on the one-time Celtic youth team player.
Kilmarnock are ready to cash in on Stephen O’Donnell this summer – and Celtic could be interested if Neil Lennon is appointed permanent manager at Parkhead, according to The Sun.
O’Donnell, who has seven caps for Scotland, is about to enter the final year of his contract.
But despite being offered a new contract, nothing has been signed so far – prompting English Championship clubs, and potentially Celtic, to monitor his situation, the newspaper claims.
Celtic are seemingly set to lose a trio of right-backs, Jeremy Toljan, Mikael Lustig and Cristian Gamboa, at the end of their deals this summer.
And that makes O’Donnell a logical target for Celtic – especially having been part of the youth system during Lennon’s first spell in charge of the Bhoys.
The 27-year-old left for Partick Thistle in 2011 and moved to Luton Town before making a return to Scottish football with Kilmarnock two years ago.
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