Southampton are one of the teams reportedly interested in signing Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic this summer.
The Sydney Morning Herald report that both Southampton and Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester are looking to sign him in what could be a record-breaking deal.
Celtic are said to value Rogic between £15 million and £32 million, with the player still having four years remaining on his current deal.
Should Rogic complete a move for such a price, it could eclipse the £20 million that Parma paid for Mark Bresciano and he would break the record for the highest transfer fee paid for an Australian player.
Southampton have been keeping a close eye on his performances this season and despite an injury-troubled few months, Rogic has once again been a key player for the Hoops.
The Saints could hope to use the club’s good relationship with the Scottish champions to wager a deal, having signed Victor Wanyama, Virgil van Dijk and Stuart Armstrong from the club.
Scottish Premiership players who could be tempted by a move to England
Kieran Tierney looks destined for a big future and he faces a tough decision if he is ever to leave Celtic. Plenty of Premier League teams would be eager to sign him.
Alfredo Morelos is a seriously talented forward, but he needs to sort out his attitude and temperament to make it at the top.
James Forrest has enjoyed the season of his life for Celtic this year and will no doubt attract interest this summer. He has recently been named as Scotland’s PFA Players’ Player of the Year.
Scott McKenna has been linked with moves to England for a while, but rumours about his future have gone quiet. If he can recapture some of his best form at Aberdeen, plenty of teams will be interested.
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