Celtic target Kevin Nisbet is attracting interest from Spartak Moscow.

The Hibs striker has been tracked by the Russian giants, as well as rivals Krasnodar, following an impressive season at Easter Road where he notched 19 goals in 44 appearances for his club.

Nisbet's club form was rewarded by Scotland coach Steve Clarke who handed the 24-year-old his first international cap against Faroe Islands before calling him into the Euro 2020 squad.

He also scored his first goal for the Scots in a friendly draw against the Netherlands just last month.

Ange Postecoglou, the new Hoops boss, is reportedly interested in the attacker who could potentially be signed at Parkhead with Odsonne Edouard unlikely to be sticking around for the upcoming season.

But they could face competition from Spartak who have kept a close eye on the striker and even been in touch with his representatives, according to the Daily Record.

Nisbet has become a prolific goal scorer in recent seasons with Hibs, Dunfermline and Raith Rovers.