West Ham have become the latest side to be credited with an interest in Celtic’s striker
Few would be surprised if Odsonne Edouard was to leave Celtic in the near future.
The striker has been one of the most impressive players Scottish football has seen in recent years, and that form has seen him repeatedly linked with moves away from Glasgow.
After quickly impressing fans following his loan move from PSG in 2017, he signed a permanent deal in 2018 and went on to score 52 goals in 99 games over the next two seasons.
Edouard has failed to reach those this time around, and has endured a frustrating campaign that’s seen Neil Lennon’s men fall 21 points behind rivals Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Over the last two years Edouard has been linked with numerous clubs throughout Europe, including the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus.
That list continues to grow, with the recent addition of West Ham United. Speaking on the Transfer Window Podcast earlier this month, Ian McGarry said: “It is the case that they (West Ham) are interested in Edouard from Celtic, but Edouard is not interested in West Ham.”
While the London Stadium might be an unlikely destination for the man with 15 goals in 10 games for France’s Under-21 side, a move to the capital could still be on the cards.
McGarry added: “He’s certainly eyeing a move to the Premier League, that’s for sure, and maybe London is the preferred destination.”
Here is the full list of all 26 clubs who have been credited with an interest in the 23-year-old.
1) Aston Villa (The Telegraph, August 2020 )
2) Borussia Dortmund (le10sport, April 2020)
3) Napoli (Daily Mail, September 2019)
4) Sampdoria (Primo Canale, October 2019)
6) Lyon (The Guardian, September 2019)
7) Atalanta (Daily Mail, September 2019)
8) Real Madrid (Defensa Central, May 2019)
9) Monaco (L’Equipe, September 2019)
10) Lille (le10sport, April 2020)
11) Arsenal (The Mirror, March 2020)
12) Roma (Il Romanista, June 2020)
13) Juventus (Calcio Mercato, December 2020)
14) Chelsea (90min, February 2020)
15) Leicester City (Daily Mail, August 2020)
16) Manchester United (Daily Mail, February 2020)
17) Lazio (Scottish Sun, January 2020)
18) Tottenham Hotspur (The Times, May 2020)
19) Brighton & Hove Albion (The Times, August 2020)
20) Marseille (Scottish Sun, February 2020)
21) Leeds United (The Sun, July 2020)
22) Everton (le10sport, April 2020)
23) Newcastle United (Daily Star, March 2020)
24) RB Leipzig (le10sport, April 2020)
25) Crystal Palace (L’Equipe, July 2020)
26) West Ham United (Transfer Window Podcast, January 2021)