In-demand Moussa Dembele will push for a Lyon exit this summer - according to a report.
The former Celtic striker is expected to be courted by the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea in the coming months.
Dembele's reputation has been further enhanced since he left Parkhead for Lyon in summer 2018 and it's predicted he'll soon take the next step to the Premier League.
The Telegraph report the 23-year-old will attempt to accelerate that process when the transfer window opens.
Lyon value the Frenchman in excess of £50million, but that value could well drop in football's current state of financial uncertainty.
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Whatever fee Dembele eventually commands, Celtic would be due a sell-on fee.
The Premiership champions inserted a clause into the frontman's Lyon contract entitling them to a share of future payments should he he secure another big move.
Interest from Stamford Bridge may have waned, however, amid Liverpool's reluctance to match Timo Werner's RB Leipzig release clause.
It's reported Chelsea are plotting to snatch him from under Jurgen Klopp's nose.
Boss Frank Lampard has prioritised a new striker this summer and has also been linked with a shock move for Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The Gabon international's next move - whether to stay at the Emirates or move on - could well influence Arsenal's decision over whether to enter the market for Dembele.
United are known to be long-time admirers, having watched the former Hoops favourite since an early stint at Fulham in the Championship.