According to reports, Celtic are set to run the rule over potential striker signing Sebastian Andersson this weekend with Celtic scouts set to attend a Union Berlin game.
Andersson, 28, currently plays for the Bundesliga side and has done since the start of the 18/19 season when the frontman was signed on a free.
RecordSport claims the player will be watched by Celtic scouts as the club looks to whittle down their list of potential striking options when the transfer window opens up in around two weeks time.
The Swede has nine goals and one assist in fifteen appearances for his club this season.
Andersson is also about to enter the last six months of his Union Berlin deal and if the bhoys are serious about bringing the player to Glasgow – they could get him for a cut price deal or for nothing in the summer.
Neil Lennon has made it clear he wants another attacking option after Lewis Morgan has had to come in and play as a striker during recent games.