Neil Lennon’s Celtic and Bournemouth are reportedly interested in Jack Stacey of Luton Town.

According to The Daily Echo, Bournemouth have agreed a fee with Luton Town over the transfer fee of Jack Stacey, meaning that Celtic are set to miss out on the 23-year-old.

The Daily Echo has claimed that Bournemouth’s second offer of £4 million for Stacey has been accepted by Luton, with the right-back now set to undergo a medical and agree personal terms with the Premier League club.

This latest reported update means that Celtic are now set to miss out on the 23-year-old, who can operate as a defender or as a midfielder.

Earlier this month, The Daily Mail claimed of interest in the right-back from Scottish Premiership giants Celtic.

However, it seems that it is Bournemouth in the Premier League who have won the race to the signature of the former Reading man.

Stacey is a very good defender who can only improve and develop in the coming years, as he is just 23 years of age, and he would be a very good signing for Bournemouth in the summer transfer window.

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