Dundee United have accepted Scottish Premier League Champion Celtic’s bid for their star striker Nadir Çiftçi according to the BBC.
Celtic had two earlier offers of £900,000 and £1m rejected for the Turkish international but have had an undisclosed bid accepted. Çiftçi will now discuss Personal terms with the Glasgow based club.
Dundee previously accepted a £1,5 million bid from Wigan however, Çiftçi rejected the move as he did not want to join the English League One team.
According to the football website Club Call, Swansea City, Queens Park Rangers, Rotherham, Wolves, Huddersfield and Charlton have all expressed an interest in the Turkish striker.
The former Kayserispor player rejected an offer of a one-year extension in June, stating that he wanted a “new challenge” in 2015.
Çiftçi has been in impressive form for Dundee United this season scoring 12 goals in 34 league games. The Turkish striker is the forth top scorer in the Scottish Premier League
The 23-year-old has previously played for Portsmouth, Kayserispor in Turkey and NAC Breda in Holland. Çiftçi joined Dundee on a free transfer from NAC Breda last summer.