CELTIC target Bahlul Mustafazade admits he would "jump" at a move to Parkhead after being spotted by Hoops scouts.

The Azerbaijan Under-21 defender is out of contract with Gabala in the summer and has been invited for a trial in Glasgow.

And the stopper, who has European experience with his club, admits it would be a dream come true to win a move to the Scottish champions.

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He said: "I don't want to comment on the situation at the moment, but of course I would want to play for a club like Celtic.

"If a contract proposal happened then I would certainly jump at it.

"'I'm out of contract at the end of the season, but at the moment I am fighting to try and ensure Gabala get into Europe."

Mustafazade has been capped 10 times for Azerbaijan Under-21s and has been called up for the full squad too.

He is a product of his club's youth academy and was also loaned to local club Sumgayit last year.