Bodo/Glimt holding midfielder Patrick Berg is being pursued by teams in Scotland, according to reports in the Norwegian media.
Celtic are not named specifically but it is assumed that either the Hoops or city rivals Rangers are keen on signing the 23-year-old.
Bodo/Glimt are believed to be looking to sell Berg for around 15m Norwegian Krone (£1.3m), and with the Hoops likely to be looking to replace Scott Brown, fans on Twitter are excited about the potential interest in the Norwegian, although some are not getting ahead of themselves:
Box to box dynamo, exactly what we need??? @CelticFC
— TheHoops? (@67_Celtic_1888) June 11, 2021
I want to get excited at the prospect of this being true…..but as this season has shown that not advised….we can but dream,would certainly be a good start to a transfer window!!????
— Ian Scobie (@scoblerone10) June 10, 2021
At least he can play on a plastic pitch…..
— A MILLIGAN (@AndrewMgan) June 10, 2021
could be a good replacement for brown
— iain maxwell (@tobycharlie) June 11, 2021
It won’t be us
— Michael (@B89Michael) June 10, 2021
literally what we need ??
— Jack Diamond (@JackDiamondDJ) June 11, 2021
Berg helped captain Bodo/Glimt to the Norwegian league title last season, and he was given his first cap by his national team back in March so he is clearly a player who could come into Celtic and make an impact.
With new manager Ange Postecoglou having a huge job on his hands to rebuild the first-team squad, Berge could be seen as a perfect option to strengthen a key area of the pitch.