Nancy midfielder Landry N'Guemo says he has yet to sign for Celtic after holding talks over a move to Parkhead.
Celtic have agreed a deal to sign N'Guemo on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent arrangement next summer.
The Cameroon international held talks with Bhoys chief executive Peter Lawwell on Wednesday and also had a tour around the club's stadium.
N'Guemo was impressed by his trip to Celtic, but confirmed he has still to agree a deal to link up with the Old Firm giants.
No deal done
"I have been to Scotland and seen the stadium," N'Guemo told the Daily Record. "It's impressive and Celtic are a big club, but nothing is signed.
"No deal is done.
"There could be further discussions, but all I know is that for the moment I haven't signed with Celtic."
Reports have claimed that English Premier League trio Hull City, Stoke City and West Ham United have shown a late interest in a deal, prompting N'Guemo to delay a decision on his future.
Meanwhile, Bhoys full-back Milan Misun, who has yet to make his first-team debut, is facing several months on the sidelines after suffering a ligament injury in the pre-season friendly against Brisbane Roar.
Celtic boss Tony Mowbray said: "It's a bad one for the lad. He is now looking at being out for months rather than weeks."