CELTIC boss Neil Lennon wants lifelong fan Robert Snodgrass from West Ham in a deadline deal.
Lennon has made an inquiry about a loan deal or a cheap buy for the former Scotland international who could move before the window shuts.
The Scottish champions are chasing their tenth title in a row and have made the Europa League to stretch their squad but increase their funds.
Snodgrass, 33, would jump at the move of David Moyes thinks he can afford to lose him.
He has been on the fringes but is still liked by the manager.
The skillful attacker would fit into Lennon's plans although all parties would have to work on squeezing his wages into the Parkhead payroll.
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Snodgrass has only played in Carabao Cup games this season but has looked sharp and is also able to play down either wing.
Celtic have also been checking the availability of Liverpool's Welsh international Harry Wilson who saw a move to Burnley collapse.
The Kop still want a fee for Wilson who also wants a full-time move, but a showcase loan to Scotland might work for him.
Wilson played 90 minutes and missed a penalty in Liverpool’s shootout defeat to Arsenal in the Carabao Cup on Thursday.
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