Celtic are weighing up options from around Europe as they look to send Marian Shved out on loan.

The Ukraine winger has been unable to force himself into the starting lineup at Parkhead and often has not even made the match day squad under manager Neil Lennon.

Herald and Times Sport understands there are various clubs hoping to sign the winger including options in Belgium, Portugal and Holland. Shved has already been loaned out by the Hoops back to his former club Karpaty Lviv who are believed to be interested in taking him back home once more for a third spell.

However it is understood a switch back to Karpaty is out of the question. Shved, 22, had hoped to make an impact at Celts last season, and this term, having just played three times for the club.

He recently told how he had 'no regrets' over his decision to sign under Brendan Rodgers, even despite his lack of playing time. "I am happy I moved to Scotland," he said in a recent interview. "It's a different style of football than what I have been used to back home.

"I am working hard and learning so much. The coaches and manager of Celtic have told me if I keep working hard I will soon start to get minutes on the pitch for them, but it hasn't happened yet. It was great for me to get on the pitch against Ukraine and hopefully I will get some minutes for Celtic soon too."