Celtic have joined the race for in-demand Aalesund FK goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard.
The highly-rated 26-year-old Dane, who missed out on a place in his country's World Cup squad, has already attracted interest from Manchester United.
Two other Premier League clubs are believed to be monitoring Lindegaard's situation, with Celtic considering an offer having scouted the shot-stopper during the Norwegian club's clash with Motherwell.
Aalesund director Henrik Hoff believes Neil Lennon's side were happy with what they saw and feels a bid could be in the pipeline.
"It's no secret that Celtic are impressed with Anders." Hoff told VG.
"They saw him in our Europa League qualifier against Motherwell. In case an offer comes, we will discuss it."