CELTIC have offered Wolfsberger striker Shon Weissman a deal to move to Parkhead - according to the Austrian Bundesliga side's president Dietmar Riegler.

The Israeli attacker is attracting attention from across Europe after a stunning season last term where he scored 37 goals in 40 games.

Wolfsberger chief Riegler is keen to keep his star man for as long as possible, but in an interview with local media he confirmed that Neil Lennon's Celtic had made an offer for Weissman's services.

He told Kleine Zeitung: “As you already know, he wants to go to Germany or England.

“But we’ve not yet had any inquiries from there.

“Offers have come, amongst others, from Russia and Scotland, from Glasgow Celtic.

“Because of the Corona crisis, everything is different this year. The seasons in Germany have now ended.

“The clubs know where they will play in the coming season. I think the next few days will be interesting for Shon.”

Here we have compiled some video evidence of the talent that the Parkhead side are swooping for.

Weissman's incredible goalscoring record comes in his debut season in Austria's Bundesliga division.

Celtic could face a fight for his signature however as it is understood he has set his sights on a move to the German Bundesliga or English Premier League.