Neil Lennon looks set to lose defender Liam Morrison to Bayern Munich after the teenager agreed terms with the German giants, according to Football Insider.
The report suggests that the German giants have won a legal battle for the 16-year-old and have agreed personal terms ahead of a proposed move.
Celtic officials were hoping to keep hold of the defender this summer, with the Hoops regarding Morrison as a future star.
However, the Scottish champions look to have failed in their bid to keep hold of the teenager, who looks set to become the latest British talent to test himself in the Bundesliga.
The Hoops will receive a compensation fee for the Scotland Under 17 international, however, it could be a similar fee to what Celtic paid Bolton Wanderers for midfielder Luca Connell.
The news comes as a big blow to boss Lennon, who is looking to bolster his defensive options further before the news of Morrison’s move to the Allianz Arena.
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Iran international Mohammadi is available on a free transfer. However, the Hoops may only make a move for the left-back if they lose Kieran Tierney.
Hatem Abd Elhamed
Israel international Abd Elhamed has been linked with a move to Scotland and can play at centre-back and right-back, two areas Lennon is keen on bolstering.
With Mikael Lustig leaving at the end of the previous campaign, Celtic have identified Sheffield United right-back Baldock as a top target.
Jenkinson has struggled to break into the Arsenal first-team in recent years and could be keen on leaving for Celtic on a permanent basis this summer.