CELTIC are pondering a move for Blackburn Rovers winger Connor Mahoney.
Nottingham Forest and Wolves have also expressed an interest in the 20-year-old attacker who is out of contract at the Ewood Park outfit as they prepare for life who will be England’s third tier next season.
Rovers will be due a compensation fee as he is under 24 and they are pushing to take any transfer to a tribunal to get their valuation of the former England Under-18 international.
Mahoney is keen to leave and the Hoops realise they can sign him for less owing to cross-border compensation which is something Brendan Rodgers utilised last summer when he signed Moussa Dembele from Fulham for a cut-price £500,000.
Former Parkhead gaffer Tony Mowbray is resigned to losing Mahoney following their relegation to League One, with the player impressing since joining the club from Accrington Stanley in December 2013.