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Alan Galindo

Jordan Larsson 'in contact' with Celtic with transfer interest from England, Italy and Germany

Jordan Larsson could follow in the footsteps of his father Henrik after it was reported that his representatives have been in contact with Celtic over a potential move to Parkhead.

The Swede is currently a free agent after terminating his contract with Spartak Moscow. He knows the Hoops very well from the seven years his dad spent in Glasgow, becoming a club legend after netting over 200 goals. Sky Sports claim his agent has held discussions over a potential move to Scotland but there is plenty of interest in the 25-year-old.

They claim English Premier League new boys Nottingham Forest have also had a chat to his team while other clubs in the English top flight, Serie A and Germany's Bundesliga are also looking to bring in the Sweden international. Sky Sports' Anthony Joseph wrote on Twitter: "The reps of striker Jordan Larsson have been in contact with a number of clubs across Europe, including Celtic & Nottingham Forest.

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"He’s a free agent after his contract was terminated at Spartak Moscow.

"Understood to be plenty of interest from EPL, Bundesliga & Serie A clubs."

Speaking about his future previously, Jordan told Aftonbladet: "Unfortunately, I can not answer that.

"I want a lot of things, but it's not always just up to me.

"My agent has to answer those questions.

"I know everyone wants to know, but there is not much to say right now."

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Ange Postecoglou has been busy in the transfer market so far adding five permanent additions .

Daizen Maeda has turned his loan into a permanent deal as has Cameron Carter-Vickers and Jota after the two hugely impressed on loan from Tottenham and Benfica.

Alexandro Bernabei has made the move from Lanus for big money to compete with Greg Taylor for the left-back spot while Benjamin Siegrist has arrived on a free to compete with Joe Hart for the Celtic No1 slot.


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