WIth Everton believed to be leading the chase for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney, a couple of the Glasgow clubâ€™s former players have had their say.
Scott McDonald believes the 21-year-old could stay with the Bhoys for another season.
He told BBC Radio Scotlandâ€™s Newsround:
â€śI think he might possibly just stay on for even another year, maybe two more.
â€śIf theyâ€™re offering the amounts of money that can be offered down in England then it would be a huge temptation but weâ€™ve seen in the past how much he loves the football club and heâ€™s still only young.
â€śIf he holds out another year or two, I think opportunities do open up. Someone like Man United, that has been touted with the struggles that they have found at left-back.
â€śCertainly, if they were the ones tabling the bid, you would jump. I think you would have to jump to go to a Manchester United or the likes of them in the Champions League competitions. Everton, outside the top six clubs, you would argue are probably the next one.â€ť
Meanwhile, Darren Oâ€™Dea added:
â€śIt depends where he wants to go.
â€śI might be wrong, not because of his ability, but I donâ€™t believe heâ€™ll move directly from Celtic to a top-four team in England.
â€śIf he sees his career going to a Man United, whatever it may be, similar to Andy Robertson (who joined Liverpool from Hull City a year ago), I think he needs to make a step, I wouldnâ€™t say down – Evertonâ€™s an unbelievable football club, a huge football club.
â€śVan Dijkâ€™s the perfect example. I think Van Dijk was as good as Iâ€™ve seen at centre-back.â€ť