CELTIC will have to pay £2million if they pursue their interest in Molde striker Mohamed Elyounoussi, who scored twice against the Hoops in the Europa League this season.
The 21-year-old forward, capped five times by Norway, impressed Ronny Deila with his displays home and away in the competition.
But he still has two years of his contract to run and his club are in no rush to part with their star performer who can play through the middle or on the wings.
However, the fact his agent, Tore Pedersen, also represents Stefan Johansen could prove useful if Deila pushes ahead with his interest.
Elyounoussi was born in Morocco and started his career at Sparsborg before moving to Molde in 2014.
The Hoops have also been linked with Odense winger Rasmus Falk, as CQN reported yesterday.
The Danish international winger is out of contract at the end of the season and Celtic could get the 24-year-old for a bargain £150,000 during this transfer window.
French side Lille have also been monitoring his situation.
And the champions are still in talks with Manchester City over possible loan deals for their teenage attackers Patrick Roberts and Bersant Celina.