Celtic are edging closer to making Odsonne Edouard move a permanent one from Paris Saint-Germain.
The loan striker has been in brilliant form for Brendan Rodgers’ side this campaign and it looks likely a deal with be reached to allow the Frenchman to stay in Glasgow.
Celtic, however, will have to break the bank if they want to make this a permanent move, with a reported figure of about £10m needed to sign him, according to the Scottish Sun.
The Hoops have reportedly held talks with with striker’s agent after he netted 11 goals in 28 games for the club.
The youngster’s career with Celtic started slowly but really hit the frame after the winter break and his winning goal for Celtic against Rangers in the 3-2 derby win in March showed his impressive run of form which the Hoops secure their treble.
Few days back, the young striker dropped a huge hint that he was ready to stay at the club with a post on Instagram thanking the club for a great season before going on to say:
“The beginning of a long story”
Rodgers has admitted the Hoops need to continue investing on acquisition in the summer and re-shape their squad, despite sweeping aside all competition in Scotland again.