Celtic transfer target Josip Juranović will travel to Glasgow to have a medical on Friday and complete a move to Scottish Premiership, according to Gol24 in Poland.
Meczyki, as stated by them, claim that the two clubs agreed on a transfer fee of €3 million, and the Hoops are now expecting the right-back to sign a four-year contract.
It’s believed that only the medical tests to clear will be needed before the Croatian international finalizes a move to Celtic, and “seems to be just a formality” now.
Legia will play Slavia next week, and Meczyki’s camp has informed him that he will not be able to play, as his move to Celtic is expected to be finalized by then.
Polish club boss, Czesław Michniewicz, also stated this:
“I do not want to comment on the financial conditions for transfers, because I simply do not know them. At the end you have to sign it [documents], then the transfer will be completed,” Michniewicz was quoted as saying by Legia.net.
“Various things are happening. As far as I know, the documents have not yet been signed, as Josip Juranović told me before the game. But I think nothing unpredictable will happen here.
“Jura said goodbye on the pitch, said goodbye in the dressing room, the team said goodbye. We are prepared that he will not be here.”