LEGIA WARSAW manager Kosta Runjaic has warned fans of the club to expect Celtic target Maik Nawrocki to leave the club soon.
The Polish defender has emerged as the £3.5million target for new Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers.
He needs help in the back as Cameron Carter-Vickers is still recovering from surgery at the end of last season.
Brendan Rodgers saw the 1.80m tall Nawrocki up close as he helped Poland beat Leicester City 1-0 in the Europa League clash in September 2021.
There are reports of interest in the former Werder Bremen stopper from Germany, Italy and Turkey – with Turkish giants Galatasaray clearly in the running.
The Hoops have a close relationship with the Polish club – although reports from that country suggest the two clubs are negotiating a resale.
And the Legia boss said: “You can count on Maik Nawrocki leaving our club soon.”
“The information has already leaked out, there is a serious offer on the table, but at the moment these are internal consultations.”
Nawrocki has two more years on his contract at Legia, where he helped finish second in the Ekstraklasa last season.
However, he admitted last week that there was uncertainty as to whether he would stay in Poland this season.
Nawrocki said: “I don’t know anything about my future yet. It’s definitely nothing I’m nervous about.
“Maybe I’ll find out more soon.”
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