CELTIC have been told they will have to pay over £2million to land Cesena striker Milan Djuric.
The SPFL champions have bid a third of that for the 25-year-old Bosnian, according to reports in Italy.
However, the recently-relegated club have rejected the offer and told the Hoops to up their valuation for their 6ft 6in frontman.
Djuric netted just two goals in 17 Serie A starts last season, as Cesena finished bottom of the Italian top flight.
Meanwhile former Hearts defender Danny Wilson is reported to be in discussions with The Rangers as his dream move to Celtic has stalled. Celtic scouted the player extensively last season as he captained Hearts to a Championship victory ahead of local rivals Hibs who came a distant second. Further down the league were Scottish Cup runners up Falkirk and beaten League Cup semi-finals The Rangers.
Wilson, who supported Celtic as a boy, impressed the club’s scouts and his name duly appeared somewhere on Ronny Deila’s summer shopping list for central defenders. However Celtic have not firmed up on early interest and Wilson could be set for a second season in the second tier with the 3 year old Ibrox club. Wilson has also been linked with clubs in England and Greece.