According to The Daily Mail, reigning UEFA Europa League champions Chelsea are ready to sell versatile defender Fikayo Tomori.
Scottish Premier League champions Celtic Glasgow are interested in a loan move for the Nigerian born player.
With interest from the German Bundesliga, however, the 21-year-old is expected to leave Stamford Bridge permanently for a fee in excess of £10million this summer.
Tomori has just completed an outstanding loan with Derby County and has opened the door to returning to the Rams.
The centre-back had represented the land of his birth Canada on three occasions for the U-20 side before switching nationality to represent England in 2016.
He was an U-20 World Cup winner with the Three Lions in 2017, having earlier captained The Canucks to a 2-1 victory over England.
He was established as a starter for Derby County in the English Championship on a season long loan.
Tomori who qualifies to represent Nigeria through his parents was contacted by the NFF but the 21-year-old turned down the offer to play for Nigeria.
Tomori has his eyes set on progressing through the various youth levels of the national teams of England before making the step up to the main team in few years time.
The youngster’s future could depend on the identity of the manager at Chelsea next season.