Celtic could be the big winners if they keep their eye on the uncertainty surrounding Paris Saint-Germain.
The French champions are looking to offload some promising talents for the right price.
The Hoops have been beneficiaries from the Ligue 1 side in the past and could look to repeat that.
Also, the potential moves may have a knock-on effect to current PSG loanee Timothy Weah.
Celtic must take advantage of PSG situation
Unsurprisingly, Paris are looking to capture different markets across the world to spread their brand.
They’ve looked to Japan to bring in a promising talent in Takefusa Kubo to the club, among others.
This means a few youngsters currently on the books are set to leave in the summer.
This includes Christopher Nkunku, Stanley N’Soki, Moussa Diaby according to French sport site RMC.
These are the names The Bhoys should be looking at in the summer to come in and do a job.
Nkunku is in and around the first-team squad at present but is being seen as surplus to requirements.
As a French under-21 international, he will already be familiar with his fellow countryman at Celtic.
A substantial bid or perhaps a loan deal for the inspiring 21-year-old shouldn’t be sniffed at by the board.
Timothy Weah future in the balance
What will happen to the American loanee on his return to the French captial is anyone’s guess.
The 19-year-old forward clearly won’t make edgeways in the Parisian starting 11.
He hasn’t ruled out another move back to Glasgow next season and his happy to be playing some football.
However, it must be said that his current spell is lighting any fires at the moment.
Weah isn’t a starter at Celtic either and is only coming on as an impact sub in recent matches.
Whether he wants to chance his hand in Paris or Glasgow remains to be seen.
Unfortunately, his parent club are bringing in more youngsters to challenge for his spot.
It’ll be up to Weah whether he sees a move elsewhere as his best choice next season.