Panathinaikos are reportedly aiming to sign Glasgow Celtic winger Lewis Morgan, according to a report published by Greek source SDNA.
The Greek giants are aiming to seriously bolster their side this summer after having finished the past season in eighth position, which will be very frustrating by their high standards.
Celtic are also set to do business this summer as they aim to bolster their side, in spite of having won the treble for a third consecutive season.
Hoops boss Neil Lennon will know that his side will face a stern test from arch-rivals Rangers next season and so they cannot afford to sit back.
The Parkhead club will likely see a number of fringe players replaced by new faces to increase competition for places in the side.
Celtic may well be open to listening to offers for Morgan. He struggled to earn regular game time with the Hoops during the past season amidst being below the likes of Scott Sinclair, James Forrest and Michael Johnston in the Glasgow club’s pecking order.
The two-times capped Scotland international was loaned out to Sunderland during the second half of last season and he struggled there too, as he went on to make just two appearances in all competitions for the club.
At this stage of his career, Morgan needs a move away from Celtic in order to receive regular first-team football.
The club also do not look like they view him as a part of their plans. A parting of ways would be the best thing for both club and player.