Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano shared some interesting news via his Facebook account earlier today.
He confirmed Aussie midfielder Aaron Mooy has agreed to mutually terminate his contract with Chinese Super League side Shanghai Port and has stated that the player already has offers on the table from interest clubs.
And one of them might just be from Celtic.
Ange Postecoglou was apparently interested in brining the player to Celtic Park last summer, but for whatever reason a deal never materialised.
Ange has worked with Mooy when he was the Australian national team manager, and Mooy commented that he really enjoyed his time working under Postecoglou, so he could very well be interested in linking up with the manager again, if an offer from us is indeed on the table.
It isn’t yet clear whether Ange will be looking for a replacement for the departed Tom Rogic or not, as Matt O’Riley was arguably brought in as his long term replacement, with the manager already aware Rogic was going to be leaving this summer.
Nevertheless, if we can get him on a free, I think adding a player of Mooy’s quality to the squad will be a great bit of business if we can do it.