Greek side Panathinaikos are apparently interested in signing Celtic’s Lewis Morgan.
According to SDNA, the 22-year-old has wound up on director of football Nikos Dabizas’ list of targets for the Athens-based club this summer.
The youngster is way down the pecking order at Parkhead and was loaned out last season to Sunderland.
He made 22 appearances at the Stadium of Light and scored two goals.
The winger has been with the Bhoys since January 2018 after transferring from St. Mirren.
Neil Lennon could easily sanction Morgan’s exit this summer.
The two-cap Scotland international – who cost £300,000 (BBC Sport) – was disappointing under Brendan Rodgers and did not particularly pull up any trees at Sunderland.
Next term will see the arrival of the lively Marian Shved and the return of the currently injured Daniel Arzani.
Jonny Hayes is also an option, along with regulars Scott Sinclair and James Forrest.
It is difficult to see where the minutes will come from if he remains at Parkhead, and so perhaps a move to Panathinaikos, who are attempting to rebuild after a disappointing 2018/19, would be good for Morgan.