Celtic target Grzegorz Sandomierski is reportedly determined to make the switch to the Bhoys, following in the footsteps of fellow Polish keeper Artur Boruc. The Parkhead side have had two bids for the Jagiellonia Bialystok shot-stopper rejected, with the Polish outfit holding out for £2 million.
The 21-year-old keeper said: "Artur is a legend at this club and I couldn't even dream of coming close to matching his status there. I can't be compared to him and I wouldn't want to be because everyone wants to make their own mark.
"But I hope everything will be sorted out soon. I am still getting conflicting information about this transfer. What I know is that the first offer from Scotland was rejected by Jagiellonia last week and I don't know if they will accept another offer. I have to admit that I don't know my future - it's getting a bit ridiculous. I get linked with clubs all the time but I never seem to move."
Meanwhile as I reported in Scotzine.com, Celtic have lost one of their top youngsters to English Premier League giants Chelsea, with the departure of Islam Feruz from Parkhead.
According to our own sources close to Celtic's youth setup Feruz will make the move to Stamford Bridge, with a reported £2,500 per week in wages on offer.
Chelsea can take advantage of a legal loophole, which means that the English outfit can snap up Feruz for a fee of around £300,000 as compensation.
Feruz could have signed professional terms with the Parkhead side on his 16th birthday in September, but Chelsea have swooped for one of Scotland's up and coming youngsters.
Under English FA rules, Feruz cannot sign professional terms until he is 17 years old, and will move south remaining on youth terms for one more year.
When contacted a Chelsea spokesperson said: “Until an official press release is made by Chelsea FC, we cannot make any comments regarding signing speculations.”
Despite a claim from one BBC Radio Scotland journalist that there was no talks between Celtic and Chelsea, Feruz WILL make the move.
Joe O'Rourke of the Celtic Supporters Association mentioned on the CSA website yesterday afternoon:
"Islam was invited to discuss pro-terms with Peter Lawwell and manager Neil Lennon. He turned up for the meeting with his agent and his parents. It seems that this young man’s head has been turned by the lure of more money in the English Premiership; that is his choice; Celtic will be due some compensation for their loss."
He added: "Time will tell how good the young man turns out to be; he could be another Aiden Mc Geady or Kenny Dalglish; but as I have said before; if they are not for you; they are against you; so better if they are not here; maybe young Islam should have spoken to John Kennedy if he needed lessons in how to conduct himself."
The loss of Feruz is a blow to Celtic, who had helped the player and his family stay in Glasgow after fleeing war-torn Somalia in 2001. With the late Tommy Burns helping them to stay in the country.
The youngster made his first ever senior appearance for Celtic in the Tommy Burns' memorial game in 2009.
Meanwhile Josh Thompson and Darren O'Dea have left Celtic Park on loan to Peterborough United and Leeds United respectively. It now looks like both players have no future at Celtic Park, with O'Dea saying as much also.
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