Legia Warsaw’s Josip Juranovic flew into Scotland on Friday to undergo a Celtic medical, according to Football Insider.
The Lowdown: Juranovic’s Thursday farewell
The Hoops agreed to a £2.5m fee with Warsaw for the 26-year-old on Tuesday, as reported by Sky Sports’ Lyall Thomas.
Juranovic featured for his current employers, likely for the final time, on Thursday in a Europa League qualifier with Slavia Prague.
The Croatia international, who has been a regular since joining last summer, made his seventh start of the campaign as a right-midfielder and scored a screamer on his farewell appearance in a 2-2 draw.
The Latest: Source shares update
Football Insider shared a story on Friday morning regarding Juranovic’s pending Hoops switch.
They were informed by a Celtic source and claimed that Juranovic was in Glasgow on Friday to undergo a medical and to put pen to paper on his contract.
Personal terms have already been agreed upon, with a Parkhead contract expected to run for four years.
The Verdict: Perfect
It seems as if it is now only a matter of time until Dominic McKay gets his man in Juranovic, which is great news for the CEO and Ange Postecoglou.
The Celtic boss has relied on Anthony Ralston at right-back so far this season, who has impressed in green and white, so perhaps the Celtic boss will look to use Juranovic as a right-midfielder to start with, keeping faith in the Scot at the back in the process.
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