Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk, who was shortlisted for the Scottish player of the year, is being weighed up for a summer move to the Ukrainian side in a move thought to be in the region of £8million, according to The Scotsman.
Van Dijk, who moved to the Glasgow club from Dutch side FC Groningen, for a fee in the region of £2.6m last summer, has three years left on his current deal.
But due to his performances this season-which helped Celtic claim there third successive SPL title, the defender has come under transfer speculation about a move away from Parkhead.
The young centre-back who recently missed out on Louis van Gaal's 30-man provisional World Cup squad, stated that he had no intention of leaving the Celtic back in April, but the future of the player remains to be seen and with every solid performance the player's stock will continue to rise.
Van Dijk made 47 appearances for Celtic in his maiden campaign with the club, scoring five times, and while Neil Lennon may be reluctant to allow the player to leave, his hand may be forced were a significant bid to be submitted.
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