CELTIC are keeping tabs on Italian Under-20 striker Diego De Girolamo who will quit Sheffield United in the summer.
The English-born frontman, who qualifies to play for Italy through parentage, is also on the radar of Serie A giants Juventus as well as Sunderland and Everton.
De Girolamo, who came through the youth ranks at Bramall Lane from the age of seven, believes the time is right to leave the Yorkshire outfit after being loaned to League Two strugglers York City.
United will be owed compensation for the 19-year-old and the Turin side are reported to have already agreed to meet the figure which could be around the £250,000 mark.
However, De Girolamo is in no rush to make a decision while he lets his contract run down.