James Forrest is attracting interest from two English clubs following his decision to reject a new four-year contract at Celtic.
News broke yesterday that Forrest turned down a new long-term deal that would secure his future in favour of seeing what other options are available.
And as per the Daily Mail, Norwich City manager Alex Neil and QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink are interested in the Hoops player.
The 24-year-old winger has spent the entirety of his professional career at Celtic, scoring 30 goals and assisting 27 times in 187 appearances.
He has also made 13 appearances for the Scottish national side since his debut in May 2011.
Forrest has continually struggled with injury since breaking into the Celtic side in 2010, however, this is the first season he hasn’t been out through injury or spent time on the treatment table.
He impressed in his first season and was given the PFA Young Player of the Year Award, but hasn’t followed that up with a consistent run of form in the green and white Hoops.
The competition for places in Deila’s side has limited him to just 18 starts in 32 appearances this season.
With Celtic unlikely to offer Forrest another deal before his contract expires at the end of the year, the club will hope to cash in during the summer.