By Tom Blackburn

Victor Wanyama’s proposed move from Southampton to Tottenham could prove to be lucrative for Celtic due to a clause in the deal when he left Glasgow, according to a report.

The Glasgow Evening Times claim that Celtic’s sell-on fee is as high as 20 per cent, which could hand them a £4million windfall.

As reported by Football Insider, Spurs are closely monitoring Wanyama and could be ready to pay up to £20million for the midfield anchorman.

Wanyama moved to the Saints from Scotland in 2013 for £12.5 million; a record fee for any player being sold by a Scottish club, and has since gone on to become a key player in the team.

However, the Kenya international had a discipline problem in the 2015/16 season, receiving three red card from his 29 league appearances.

It has been reported this week that Fraser Forster and Virgil van Dijk could follow him Ronald Koeman to Southampton, paving the way for Celtic to benefit from the sell-on clauses inserted in the deals that took them to St Mary’s Stadium.

England number two Forster left Celtic in 2014 for a deal in the region of £10million, and the Glasgow Evening Times claim Celtic are expected to receive 10 per cent of the goalkeepers transfer fee if he leaves Southampton.

In other Celtic news, Tom Boyd urges the Scottish giants not to spend big this summer.