Polish publisher Glos Wielko has speculated over Robert Gumny moving to Celtic.
The right-back was all set to join Borussia Monchengladbach 18 months ago but his medical highlighted a knee injury and the deal was called off.
Gumny has recovered his fitness but not quite the reputation that had clubs from the five riches leagues showing interest in the right-back of Lech Poznan.
It seems interest from Germany and England has gone cold with Glos Wielko reporting:
But Robert would see another club from the British Isles, namely the Scottish Celtic. However, this is not a club from the leading European league, but it could tempt Gumny to play in the Champions League, and in addition the Scots are able to meet the financial expectations of the footballer and Lech Poznan.
Kieran Tierney’s departure has overshadowed most events at Celtic over the last week but since the Scottish Cup was secured in May the club has lost Mikael Lustig, Jeremy Toljan and Cristian Gamboa.
Hatem Abd Elhamed started the matches against St Johnstone and Cluj but it appears that Kris Ajer is the back up option in that position.
With three weeks left in the Scottish transfer window it’s believed that both full back positions are among Neil Lennon’s transfer priorities.