Celtic may wish they had managed to sign defender Amir Rrahmani over the summer.
Celtic fans may not remember the name Amir Rrahmani, but Neil Lennon may be cursing not signing him over the summer.
Rrahmani had impressed in Croatia with Dinamo Zagreb, and his performances seemingly sparked Celtic's interest as they looked to sign a new defender over the summer.
La Derniere Heure in Belgium reported that Celtic and Standard Liege both wanted to sign Rrahmani, with Celtic again looking to the Dinamo defensive pipeline having previously signed Jozo Simunovic and Filip Benkovic.
Eventually, Rrahmani joined Italian side Hellas Verona instead, and his agent Adrian Aliaj told Calcio Hellas in October that Celtic did want the defender, but he chose a move to Italy to work under Croatian boss Ivan Juric.
The 25-year-old Kosovo international has starred in Italy, and he could be on the move already in a deal which would make Verona a huge profit.
A medical is imminent for Rrahmani, who has enjoyed a meteoric rise since heading to Italy, and may just leave Celtic kicking themselves for not moving quicker over the summer.
Rrahmani's big move shows just what a talent he is, and he could have been a bargain addition to support Christopher Jullien and Kristoffer Ajer, whilst clearly having major sell-on value.
Instead, Celtic have to watch him get his big move to Napoli, and wonder what might have been.
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