DARREN RANDOLPH is stalling on agreeing a new deal at Birmingham after being linked with Celtic.
The Republic of Ireland international keeper is out of contract at the Championship side next month.
Randolph, 27, who spent three years at Motherwell before quitting for the St Andrews club in 2013, is on Ronny Deila’s radar as he looks for another shotstopper in the summer.
Lukasz Zaluska, who has been back-up to Artur Boruc, Fraser Forster and Craig Gordon at the Hoops since joining on a Bosman from Dundee United in 2009, is heading for the Parkhead exit.
The 32-year-old Polish star won’t be offered a new deal and the four-in-a-row champions will only have inexperienced Italian Leo Fasan, 21, as cover for Gordon.
Randolph has been in negotiations with the Midlands outfit over the past few weeks, but so far has refused to commit his future to the club.