Latest Celtic transfer news as target gets asking price and Odsonne Edouard switches agents

While there has been a flurry of activity across the city, Celtic are yet to make their first moves in the transfer market.

First and foremost, they need a goalkeeper and have been linked with a host of names with Peter Vindahl Jensen their top target after Football Scotland exclusively revealed their interest in the Sparta Prague shotstopper. They're looking in other areas too, including at centre back and centre forward, with Adam Idah the preferred candidate for the latter.

Former Hoops man Odsonne Edouard has been mooted as another potential option after playing under Brendan Rodgers during the manager's first spell at the club. The Frenchman looks to be on his way out of Crystal Palace as he doesn't feature in Oliver Glasner's plans.

And he has now made one big decision by changing agents. The 26-year-old is now repped by PLG, the agency of Trent Alexander Arnold's brother. They also look after Celts left-back Greg Taylor and former Hoops stars David Turnbull, Stuart Armstrong, Ryan Christie and Nat Phillips.

Mathias Kvistgaarden, another potential striking target, has had an £8.5million tag placed on his head by Brondby. RB Salzburg are another interested party but are said to have been put off by the asking price which could also prove too much for Celtic, who had a £4m offer knocked back previously.

Like Edouard, Carl Starfelt has been touted as a possible returnee with the centre half possibly leaving Celta Vigo just a year after joining from the Scottish champions. La Voz Degalicia now report that Jose Fontan could be giving a chance after returning from a loan away and that could push the Swede further down the pecking order.