Celtic winger Lewis Morgan is edging closer to announcing a decision regarding his future with the Hoops.
The Scot has a number of options, with the most preferable two supposedly being Aberdeen and Sunderland.
According to the Daily Record, the 22-year-old wants to move to the Stadium of Light to play under Jack Ross once again.
Ross took the Championship title with St Mirren last year, with Morgan playing under him for the duration of that campaign.
In fact, that season is likely to have won him his move to Celtic, but things haven’t quite turned out how he might have hoped.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has reportedly been told about Morgan’s choice to choose the English League One side over Aberdeen.
He spoke with the player to try and sell a move to Pittodrie, but it appears, at this stage at least, to no avail.
All that remains to be concluded now is for the two clubs to agree loan terms for the wideman and if that can be done, the deal could be completed soon.