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Celtic 'set' non negotiable Matt O'Riley transfer price tag as Southampton weigh up record-breaking deal

Celtic are reportedly demanding a record-breaking Scottish transfer fee if they are to sell Matt O'Riley this summer.

The 23-year-old has suitors from across Europe with Atletico Madrid and Roma among the clubs who have been linked with an approach. The Scottish Premiership champions were approached by Atletico about a move deal for O'Riley in January but kicked out a bid with a focus on the end of season run-in, however, the Spanish giants are said to still hold an interest in the Celtic star this summer.

But it is English Premier League new boys Southampton who appear ready to make a move. Record Sport previously revealed that the ex-MK Dons boss and current Saints gaffer Russell Martin was keen to reunite with O'Riley following promotion to the to the English top flight having been the man responsible for bringing the Danish international to Stadium MK in 2020. He previously tried to take him to Swansea with him before a move to Celtic materialised.

Now The Times are reporting that Southampton are ready to make their move. It is stated that Celtic value O'Riley at £30million - which would smash the previous record received for a player when Jota left for Al-Ittihad 12 months ago.

It is said that the fee is "unlikely to deter" the St Mary's side after they have gained access to the Premier League prize pot once again. O'Riley netted 19 goals and contributed 18 assists across all competitions last season - so the Hoops are unlikely to be in any rush to sell.