A dream move to Celtic for Israeli striker Omer Damari is reportedly 90% complete.
The Glasgow giants are believed to be tying up a deal with Maccabi Petah Tikva for the 22-year old but a few things need to be sorted before it is finalised.
The Israeli club want £2million up front as well as a 30% sell-on clause in his contract which Celtic officials are currently looking over.
According to Maccabi chairman Amos Luzon, however, it looks a done deal.
"I'm very happy for Omar and for Israeli soccer," he said.
"The deal is 90 per cent closed. We just have a few last things to conclude. We've already completed the draft contract and his signature is only a procedural matter.
"I wish him all the luck in the world at Celtic."