Celtic are reported to be the club most active in trying to sign Said Hamulic from Stal Mielec.
The Dutch born striker qualifies to play for Bosnia Herzegovina but has moved to Poland where he has impressed in the first half of the season.
Speculation that Giorgos Giakoumakis could be leaving Celtic is bound to spark stories linking various strikers as a replacement with Ange Postecoglou showing that no markets are out of bounds when it comes to scouting players.
At the age of 22 Hamulic falls more into the project category than the 25-28 age range that Postecoglou has concentrated on as he looks to bring in players ready to make a quick impact.
Italian website Tuttomercatoweb reports:
Serie A’s eyes are on Said Hamulic, the Bosnian striker born in 2000 with a Dutch passport who plays for Stal Mielec in Poland.
With 9 goals and 4 assists in 17 games, the player has captured the attention of many insiders, including those of the Italian top flight and beyond.
According to what was collected by the editorial staff of TuttoMwercatoWeb.com, the talent of the Ekstraklasa would also have the eyes of clubs from Belgium, Holland, France and Scotland. At the moment the most active club, in fact, seems to be Celtic from Glasgow, very interested
Patryk Klimala in January 2020 was the last player from the Polish league to join Celtic, just over a year later he was on his way out the door to New York RB.
In theory a player trading model is clearly the way to develop a club but as recent times have shown with Vakoun Bayo, Klimala and Albian Ajeti finding strikers that find the net regularly is far from an easy task.
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