Celtic are reportedly keen on Luton Town defender Jack Stacey this summer.
According to the Sun, the Bhoys are joined by Stoke City in the pursuit of the 23-year-old right-back.
It is understood that both suitors are ready to make enquiries about a £2million move for him.
The report details that Luton want to keep the full-back, but he’s about to enter the final year of his contract with them and Celtic are willing to discuss a potential deal.
Stacey enjoyed a brilliant individual campaign last season, where he helped Luton achieve promotion from League One to the Championship in England.
He is a right-sided flyer that was an ever-present in the team and was a major attacking threat from right-back.
Stacey made 50 appearances across all competitions last season, scoring four goals and supplying eight assists in return.
His pace and power is certainly a key feature to his game, while he’s got most traits of a modern day full-back.
Celtic need to be on the search for a new right-back following the exit of Mikael Lustig the Luton speed machine looks a brilliant target.
He was excellent in a promotion-winning season last year for Luton and is developing into a great prospect.
Neil Lennon needs to try build an exciting side in his own image and having attack-minded full-backs will help.
Stacey would be a slight gamble at £2million given his lack of experience at a top level, but he’s definitely got potential and may be worth a shot.