Celtic manager Neil Lennon has admitted that goalkeeper Fraser Forster could be leaving the club next summer.
The 25-year-old is widely regarded as one of Europe’s most talented shot-stoppers and he has seen his name linked with a number of high-profile sides.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has revealed the club received no bids for his services in January, but admitted they could lose him at the end of the current campaign.
“We received no bids for Fraser in the January window,” the Celtic boss said to Sunday Mail.
“I think there will be something in the summer for him but he seems happy here and content.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if something happens in the summer or we get offers then.”
Fraser Forster began his professional career at Newcastle, but never made a single first team appearances for the Magpies.
Following loan spells with Stockport County, Bristol Rovers, Norwich and Celtic, the keeper joined the Bhoys on permanent deal in the summer of 2012.
He has since impressed playing in domestic competitions and the Champions League, and was handed his England debut in November 2013.