EXCLUSIVE: Celtic are pursuing Brazilian midfielder Vinicius Souza, who is 60 per cent owned by the City Football Group – however face competitors from the likes of Fenerbache and Bologna
- Celtic are one among a number of golf equipment inquisitive about signing Brazilian Vinicius Souza
- The 22-year-old is 60 per cent owned by the City Football Group
- Celtic have scheduled discussions with the Brazilian’s representatives
- Boss Ange Postecoglou is in the market for midfielders in the switch window
Celtic have joined the checklist of golf equipment pursuing Brazilian holding midfielder Vinicius Souza.
The 22-year-old is 60-per-cent owned by the City Football Group, the Manchester City dad or mum company from which Celtic employed coach Ange Postecoglou and head of recruitment Mark Lawwell.
Placed with Lommel – the City Group’s Belgian membership – Souza impressed throughout a season-long mortgage at KV Mechelen.
Celtic are amongst the golf equipment pursuing Brazilian holding midfielder Vinicius Souza
Expected to move again out on mortgage subsequent season, Celtic have scheduled discussions with the Brazilian’s representatives.
Fenerbahce, Club Brugge and Bologna have additionally declared an curiosity, with the Scottish champions going through a battle to influence the former Flamengo central midfielder that his rapid future lies in the SPFL.
Postecoglou is in the market for midfielders after Nir Bitton and Tom Rogic left Glasgow at the finish of the season, with Kevin N’Doram of Metz another choice.
Celtic supervisor Ange Postecoglou is in the market for midfielders in the summer time window
Keen to strengthen in a lot of areas, former Dundee United keeper Benjamin Siegrist is in talks with the champions following the departure of Greek worldwide Vasilis Barkas.
Left-back is additionally a precedence, with Argentine Francisco Ortega and Mohanad Jeahze of Hammarby the topic of constructive scouting experiences.
Celtic additionally hope to finish everlasting offers for winger Jota and central defender Cameron Carter-Vickers and stay in the market for an additional ball-playing centre-half and a striker.
Tom Rogic is amongst the gamers to have left Celtic and the membership will hope to interchange him