Celtic’s unbeaten record this season will face one of its toughest tests yet when they face Rangers in the Old Firm on Sunday.
Brendan Rodgers’ men will be confident of extending their lead over their bitter rivals to a ridiculous 36 points, but things might not be so easy for them next season.
The Hoops face a monumental fight to keep hold of star striker Moussa Dembele, though they managed to resist Chelsea’s January interest in the 20-year-old.
That has not gone away, however, and Chelsea scouts will be joined by those of Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal in the stands at Celtic Park, as reported in the Sun.
If he doesn’t fancy a move south to the Premier League, Paris Saint-Germain are also monitoring the situation.
The only thing likely to deter the youngster’s suitors is his price tag, with the Scottish champions-elect likely to ask for at least £30million for the former Fulham man.
Tottenham previously attempted to sign him while he was still at Craven Cottage, but it now appears that the number of English clubs keen on him has been whittled down to four.