Highly-rated Karamoko Dembele will reportedly leave Celtic this summer with clubs across Europe tracking the starlet - according to former player Mark Wilson. 

The 18-year-old wonderkid has struggled to break into Neil Lennon 's first-team squad this term, making just two appearances off the bench in the Scottish Premiership this term.

Last year reports claimed that there was concerns at the Hoops over the development of the young talent have led to chances becoming limited for the talent.

However, The Celtic Huddle podcast state that the winger will leave Parkhead when his contract runs out in the summer as he is now allowed to speak to other clubs.

Host Wilson stated that Dembele is "set to leave in the summer and move abroad" with a host of sides interested including French sides Lille and Nantes.

Pundit Murdo Macleod couldn't understand why the winger had not been handed more first-team chances this term, adding on the show: "I don't think he played enough games to become the superstar.

"He will become a superstar at some point if he leaves. Celtic should have been playing him.

"You go through every football club now and the kids are getting a chance, and at Celtic he should have been getting a chance, even now with the poor run Celtic are on he should have been thrown in."

Big things have been expected from Dembele since he made his Celtic under-20 debut as a 13-year-old.

He was invited to join first-team training following the breakthrough by Brendan Rodgers and then penned his first professional deal, which expires at the end of the current campaign.