Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham has reportedly told friends that he wants to leave the club this summer.
According to Football Insider, Ntcham has revealed to his close friends that he is intending to move away from Scotland ahead of next season.
The report claims that he is unsettled at Celtic and is weighing up his options over where his next move will be.
He joined the club from Manchester City for a fee in the region of £4.5m in 2017 and has scored 14 goals in 77 games for Celtic in all competitions – including five in 30 this season.
Marseille are said to be interested in a deal for Ntcham, but Porto have now backed away from the race.
Celtic are demanding £12-14m for Ntcham, just two years on from his £4.5m move to Scotland. The report does state, though, that Celtic feel as though his realistic valuation is only £7m.
Midfielders Celtic could sign to replace Ntcham
The Sheffield Wednesday midfielder has been a standout for the Championship side in recent seasons and would be a terrific addition to Celtic’s squad.
Tettey has fallen out of favour at Norwich and could be willing to leave following their promotion to the Premier League. He would be a solid addition to Celtic’s team.
Skipp has been in-and-around the Tottenham first-team this season but could benefit greatly from a season on loan to Celtic in Scotland.
If McTominay is not going to be a regular for Manchester United next season, Celtic should swoop in and look to secure a loan deal for the Scottish international midfielder.