Celtic’s Lewis Morgan is reportedly wanted by Motherwell this summer.
According to the Scottish Sun, Motherwell are on the brink of losing David Turnbull to Celtic for £3million and are already considering their own targets.
It is understood that Motherwell are keen on Morgan or his Celtic teammate Mikey Johnston on loan for the new season to bolster their squad.
Bhoys manager Neil Lennon could be left to consider the future of the young pair and he should give the green light to loan out Morgan to their Scottish Premiership rival.
Motherwell finished eighth in the Scottish top-flight last season and would be an ideal place for the 22-year-old to continue his development.
Morgan spent the second half of last season out on loan with Sunderland, where he scored twice and supplied four assists in 22 games.
He is a skilful winger that has shown real flashes of brilliance on the ball, but he doesn’t look ready to make a major senior impact at Parkhead.
The wide man can be too lightweight at times and needs more experience under his belt.
It’s easy to forget most of his career in Scotland so far took place in the second-tier, which is why a taste of the Premiership with Motherwell next season would do him wonders.
Morgan would have the chance to become a key player for them and prove to Lennon he can have a long-term future at Celtic, rather than sit on the sidelines next season.