According to a report from German publication Kicker (h/t Scottish Sun), Celtic are interested in making a move for Union Berlin forward Sebastian Andersson in the summer.
However, the Hoops will face competition from a host of clubs from England and Germany, with the likes of Newcastle United, Leeds United and Schalke all keen on the 28-year-old. (h/t Scottish Sun)
The report states that Celtic manager Neil Lennon is keen on adding a target man to his ranks and views Andersson as the perfect option.
The 28-year-old Swede is contracted with Union Berlin until the summer of 2022. However, the club are open to a sale and would be happy to do business for a transfer fee “in the mid-single-digit range”. (h/t Scottish Sun)
Having completed a ninth-successive Scottish Premiership triumph, Celtic are chasing an unprecedented 10th league title win in a row. Boosting the strikeforce, to that end, would bode well given the lack of quality beyond Odsonne Edouard and Leigh Griffiths.
It will be interesting to see if Celtic do make a move for Andersson. They will need to act quickly though, given the number of clubs interested in the Swede.
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