FORGOTTEN Celt Saidy Janko is involved in a three-way transfer tug-of-war.
The Swiss Under-21 right-back is wanted by Reading, Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City.
Janko, who was bought by Ronny Deila for £500,000 from Manchester United in July 2015, joined Championship outfit Barnsley on a season-long loan on the final day of the August transfer window last year.
He has returned to the treble winners after making 14 appearances and scoring one goal for the Oakwell team.
A variety of injuries hampered his progress at the club and he missed three months of action from January to March.
He made five appearances for Brendan Rodgers’ team – the last being the 2-0 Champions League qualifier loss against Hapoel Be’er Sheva in Israel on August 23.
The Hoops gaffer paid £1million to West Brom for Costa Rican defender Cristian Gamboa to replace him in the squad as back-up for Mikael Lustig.
Janko had one first team outing with the Old Trafford side before his move to the Hoops.
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