Scottish champions Celtic are having a mass clear-out ahead of the summer transfer window, with as many as 10 players expected to leave.
One of those is loanee Jeremy Toljan, according to Football Insider, who is set to rejoin Borussia Dortmund and end his time at Celtic Park.
The 24-year-old defender joined Celtic in January for the remainder of the season, having not featured for his partner club in the previous months.
Toljan made 13 appearances for the Hoops, helping them seal an eighth straight Scottish Premiership title.
However, his performances were not good enough to help him secure a permanent deal with Celtic as he looks set for a return to Germany.
In his time with Dortmund, Toljan has made only 13 league starts and was hoping to reinvigorate his career with a move to Scotland.
His discipline on the field may have been the driving force behind Celtic snubbing a permanent move, as he was sent off in their 1-0 defeat to Valencia in the Europa League.
That coincided with a run of three yellows and a red card in the space of just five games, highlighting a potential issue with Toljan.
Following Celtic’s Scottish Cup Final against Hearts on Saturday 25th May, the right-back will leave the club and head back to Germany.
Toljan isn’t expected to feature in the final two games of the season, as the Hoops look to end the campaign with the treble.