Latest Celtic transfer news as Jakub Kaluzinski sounded out but why deal unlikely as Paulo Bernardo talks continue

Celtic have been keeping tabs on promising Polish talent Jakub Kaluzinski - but face losing out to Real Valladolid.

The Hoops have been monitoring the midfielder for over a year from when he played with Legia Gdańsk in his home country but he now plies his trade with Antalyaspor in Turkey. Kaluzinski would be worth around £3.5million but a source has confirmed to Football Scotland that the last contact made regarding the Pole - his conditions - was just over a week ago. It comes as they also continue to consider Paulo Bernardo on a permanent deal if they can get one done. Wages issues have reportedly been the problem for the Benfica player who enjoyed a loan stint at Parkhead last season.

Reports in Turkey claim La Liga outfit Valladolid have tabled an official bid for Kaluzinski and he’d be open to playing in Spain. Champions League football with the Scottish giants would also be of intrigue to the 21-year-old but a more competitive division in La Liga with the newly promoted club would also be attractive.

Meanwhile Football Scotland have now had it confirmed that Fenerbahce have NO desire to sell Dominik Livakovic this summer despite reports continuously linking the player with Parkhead.

Peter Vindahl Jensen remains the first choice, as we exclusively told you, but the deal could be a tough one to do given Sparta Prague don't want to sell having only signed the goalkeeper on a permanent transfer this year.

Celts remain confident of bringing in Adam Idah after Norwich rejected their initial £4million bid, as we at Football Scotland told you first, but as yet there has been no follow-up, despite recent reports to the contrary.