Boli Bolingoli is apparently wanted by two Turkish clubs.
The Belgian wing-back appears to have no future at Celtic and is currently serving a three match SFA suspension for failing to quarantine after taking a day trip to Malaga.
Neil Lennon has had to be wary of Employment Law whenever he has been asked to comment but a quick exit- on loan or ideally a permanent move- would suit all parties.
Yesterday a possible move to Roma was down played but rounding up transfer speculation the Daily Record reports:
Boli Bolingoli’s list of suitors has increased once again as two Turkish clubs join Roma in the race for the left-back.
Both Alanyaspor and Basakehir are ‘keen’ on the 25-year-old according to the Daily Mail.
The Belgian is out of favour at Parkhead since his jaunt to Spain caused the cancellation of two fixtures and Neil Lennon is actively looking for a replacement to challenge first choice Greg Taylor.
Celtic paid around £2.5m to Rapid Vienna last summer for Bolingoli who is under contract until June 2023.
It does seem that Celtic and agents for the player are very active in trying to find a new club for the player with Lennon expected to give an update today on the situation.
Celtic had two matches postponed on the back of the trip to Spain which the player hoped to keep secret. Within a week of his return he played as a substitute at Kilmarnock after training as normal with his team-mates at Lennoxtown.