Celtic have reportedly been offered the opportunity to sign attacker Maryan Shved from Ukrainian top-flight club Karpaty Lviv.
According to the Scottish Sun, the Bhoys could sign the 21-year-old after being offered a potential deal to take him to Parkhead.
It is understood that he’s valued at around £2million and there could be competition from Dynamo Kiev for his signature.
The report details that Brendan Rodgers’ side will only try to sort a potential deal if they offload some numbers in their squad first in the January transfer window.
Shved is an extremely intriguing target for the Scottish champions and judging by his credentials he could turn out to be a bargain signing if Celtic ramp up their interest to win the race for him.
Shved has been in good form already this season, scoring eight goals and supplying three assists in just 18 games across all competitions.
The right-winger is renowned for his pace and trickery, but can also be deployed in a more central role.
He already has one senior international cap for Ukraine and is a rising talent with a lot of potential.
£2million is an absolute snip for any club in today’s current transfer market and he could add some much-needed firepower at Celtic in attack.