Bristol City and Black Stars new boy Antoine Semenyo is a man in demand as he is being chased by a raft of teams in Europe.
The forward has attracted a lot of interest from clubs across Europe as the summer transfer window is in full swing.
The Bristol City forward has been a delight to watch for his side in the English championship with clubs circling for his signature.
Celtic were linked with the attacker during the winter transfer window but that did not materialize and have been linked to the Ghanaian forward.
Bristol World reports that Bristol City would demand 15 million euros for the sale of Antoine Semenyo.
Antoine's agent Tony Finnigan has confirmed that Celtic had been in touch over his client.
"I had a conversation with Strachan who rang up to ask little bits of info on the player and a bit about how I found him and what he's like as a lad," Finnigan exclusively told Football Scotland.
They are not the only clubs as our sources have also confirmed that clubs such as Red Bull Salzburg and newly promoted Nottingham Forest are all interested in his services.
A product of the English Championship club’s youth system, the 22-year-old has made 98 senior appearances across all competitions, scoring 13 goals and delivering 20 assists along the way.
This season has seen the English-born Ghanaian find the net eight times and provide 12 assists in 31 Championship appearances.
To further highlight his attacking prowess throughout this campaign, with 70 shots registered, no other player at his current club can match the number of shots on target per 90 minutes that Semenyo boasts (1.14).
In addition, the attacker has the highest average for shots (2.3) and dribbles per game (1.2) this season, along with the second highest average for key passes (1.1). This backs up why he was labelled a “dangerous” player by his former manager Phil Parkinson in the past.
He was handed a debut call up to face Nigeria in the 2022 FIFA World Cup play offs but he missed the game through injury.