Celtic have been linked with a cross-border move for Tyrese Campbell.
Campbell has mainly been used as a substitute for Stoke this season but scored twice on his England u-20 debut against Portugal last month.
In July 2016 Celtic paid Fulham £400,000 for Dembele despite a £6m move to Spurs falling through six months earlier. A year later Kundai Benyu was signed by the same means but that move hasn’t been a success.
Celtic’s new Head of Football Operations, Nicky Hammond knows the English market well from his time at West Brom with Jeremie Frimpong, Lee O’Connor and Jonathan Afolabi signed from England during the summer.
Campbell is likely to have a number of options to consider at the end of the season but the prospect of European football and the Dembele/Odsonne Edouard pathway is bound to be of interest.