A spokesman for Maccabi Haifa has confirmed that the Israeli side are open to selling Mohammad Abu Fani this summer.
Celtic, Eintracht Frankfurt, Standard Liege and Antwerp have all been linked with a move for the 24-year-old and his club have now made their stance clear on his future:
“We have not received an official offer from Mohammad from anyone. If there is a suitable offer for him, we would be happy for him to move on and he will be released.”
Abu Fani is reportedly valued at around £800,000, which certainly isn’t a great deal, considering he is still relatively young and has some experience of international football.
The midfielder received his 14th cap for Israel when he started the 2-2 draw against Iceland in the Nations League last week, and he is likely to feature versus Albania on Friday.
Celtic are keen on strengthening their midfield options after losing both Nir Bitton and Tom Rogic, and it seems as if Abu Fani is a player that the Scottish champions are looking at as a potential signing. It remains to be seen, though, whether they will go ahead with a formal bid.