Celtic are reportedly interested in signing Union Berlin and Swedish striker, Sebastian Andersson.
As reported by GFNG, the hoops are supposedly one of many British clubs who look to be interested in the 28-year-old, with the likes Leeds, AFC Bournemouth and Newcastle United, along with Bundesliga side Schalke also linked.
It is thought that Andersson low release clause ‘in the mid-single digit range’. However, should he move on to another club from outside Germany, Union Berlin will receive a fee of up to 30 percent more than they would if he goes elsewhere.
This season, the tall striker has impressed scoring 13 goals and getting three assists, in the 33 appearances in the Bundesliga.
He is also someone who Celtic are have thought to have scouted in December along with the man they decided to go for, Patryk Klimala.
If any strikers at the club are to move on, then this may be a move manager Neil Lennon would be keen on. But for now, there are four first-team strikers at the club, along with the returning Jack Aitchison, so Lennon probably has more than enough in that area for now.