According to Radojica Bozovic, the agent of Red Star Belgrade teenage attacking midfielder Luka Adzic, Celtic are keen on bringing the Serbia youth international to Parkhead.
The 19-year-old left winger finally became a first team member of the Serbian SuperLiga outfit this term after 2 seasons as a fringe player from the youth team.
Adzic has so far featured in 14 league games, and his potential has also caught the eyes of Leicester City and Sunderland’s scouts.
As with a lot of highly-talented Serbian youngsters, Adzic’s agent expects him to make a big move soon.
Bozovic said of his client: “I know that there is an interest from Celtic, but also some other clubs for Luka, but there was no concrete offer.
“We have decided Luka would leave the Red Star very soon. His father, and my godfather, Ivan talked with Mr Terzic (Red Star director of football) and the people from the club. They told him that coach Milojevic does not seriously care for Luka.”
In recent years, Celtic have become a stepping stone for most promising talents across the continent looking to make the big break.
Adzic could be next to follow in the steps of Virgil van Dijk in playing his way to the top if a move to Parkhead is sealed in the coming transfer windows.
The versatile starlet can play on either wings or right behind a striker, and his 6ft3 frame suggests he is ready to withstand the physicality of Scottish football.