Celtic have withdrawn their interest in signing David Turnbull from Motherwell, and Norwich City have had a bid accepted, according to a report from The Daily Record.
The Hoops had also agreed a fee to recruit the 19-year-old, but their pursuit appears to have ended.
Turnbull and his representative failed to reach an agreement with Celtic over the terms of a contract, and it seems no move will materialise, as the Scottish champions have pulled out of the race.
However, the attacking midfielder will be heading away from Motherwell this summer, and Norwich have emerged as the front-runners.
The Daily Record reports that the Canaries have had a bid accepted for the playmaker, who found the back of the net on 16 occasions for his side last season.
Norwich have a reputation for developing younger players, and as they prepare for life back in the Premier League, it seems Turnbull is likely to complete a move to Carrow Road to play under Daniel Farke.