Celtic are looking to improve the core of their defence this summer after a couple of shaky performances and the uncertainty surrounding one of their stars.
Dedryck Boyata’s future at Celtic appears to be in serious doubt, with a number of top Europe’s big spenders thought to be interested in signing him, which will leave Brendan Rodgers with some serious concern.
The Northern Irishman’s defence as a whole is also current raising serious questions at the moment, however, it appears they have identified a solution for this which could help make a difference this summer.
As reported by Bosnian media outlet Fokus, the Hoops are believed to have taken an huge step in Samir Memisevic, with the 25-year-old showing glimpses of great performance for FC Groningen.
He has been capped twice for Bosnia and Herzegovina national side, and he’s dubbed as one of the most reliable defenders in the Eredivisie with his ability to read the game.
He’s rated at £1.58million by Transfermarkt, and could be available at a cut-price as his current deal at the Dutch side is set to expire next summer and he could be prepared to offload him before losing him on a free.