Dundee United have rejected a €1.25m bid for Nadir Ciftci from Celtic according to the BBC.
The report goes onto state that Dundee are holding out for at least €1.4 million for the Turkey international.
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.
Çiftçi rejected an offer of a one-year extension in June, stating that he wanted a “new challenge” in 2016.
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.
Çiftçi was named in the PFA Scotland’s Scottish Premiership Team of the Year for 2013/2014 season.
The former Kayserispor striker has been capped for Holland U17’s, and Turkey U19’s level.
Çiftçi 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.