Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen is interesting Galatasaray and a number of German clubs, according to the Scottish Sun.
The 25-year-old has one year remaining on his contract, and the paper believes the Scottish club could cash in on the Norwegian after negotiations stalled on a new deal.
The central midfielder is valued at £3m by the Scottish champions and they may be prepared to sell if they receive the ‘right offer’ for the player.
Johansen joined from Stromsgodset two and a half years ago, and impressed during his first full season in Scottish football, winning the Scottish Player of the Year award.
He, however, struggled in his second season, scoring just four goals in 40 appearances in all competitions.
The Norwegian international was told by new manager Brendan Rodgers earlier this summer that he has a future at the Scottish club and has impressed the Hoops boss on the pre-season tour of Slovenia, but with contract negotiations not progressing, he may depart Parkhead this summer.