CELTIC are on the brink of a cash windfall with reports stating Moussa Dembele has agreed terms with Chelsea.
The former Hoops striker, who joined Lyon in a £19.8million deal in August 2018, looks as though he is on his way back to London after an earlier spell at Fulham.
The champions inserted a 10 per cent sell-on clause in his contract when he left for the French outfit and are now standing by for a financial bonanza.
The 23-year-old international attacker netted the opener in his side’s 3-1 win over Brest last night to take his season’s total to 13.
It looked as though any prospective move had collapsed when he club said they were not interested in accepting £34million for their player, as CQN reported last week.
But Stamford Bridge boss Frank Lampard is back in again for Dembele and he may have better luck this time.
Ian McGarry, speaking on Transfer Window Podcast, insisted: “My information is Chelsea have a fairly agreed contract, verbally that is, with Dembele and his representatives in terms of the player’s wages, bonuses, etc.
“And it remains for Chelsea to agree the fee, fee structure and any add-ons.”