Stefan Scepovic could be on his way to Celtic- in the second qualifying round of the Champions League.
The striker has had a nomadic career, joining Videoton in February and helping his new club to a dramatic final day Hungarian title win.
Videoton lost 2-1 away to Diosgyor on the final day but took the title by two points as Ferencvaros were held to a 3-3 draw away to Balmazujvaros
Scepovic contributed six goals from 14 appearances after having a year long loan at Sporting Gijon cut short in January.
Ronny Deila made the Serbian striker his first permanent signing in August 2014 but initially went with John Guidetti up front before switching to Leigh Griffiths.
Brendan Rodgers cleared out a number of strikers with Scepovic initially going on a season long loan to Getafe with that deal becoming permanent.
Since starting his career at OFK Belgrade he has been involved in 11 loan and permanent transfer.
Celtic will find out their first and second round Champions League opponents when the draw is made on June 19.