By Harvey Byrne
Bayern Munich are tracking Celtic and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney, according to a report.
The Express claims that the Bundesliga side have been alerted by the 19-year-old following his performances for the Hoops in the past year.
The German giants sent a scout to watch Celtic’s 3-3 Champions League draw with Manchester City last week.
It is believed that the European giants wanted the chance to run the rule over Tierney in such a high pressure game.
It is claimed that Bayern technical director Michael Reschke is determined to recruit the best young European talent after the club was accused of falling behind rivals with their international scouting programme.
However, it is stated that Tierney is not in any rush to leave his boyhood club and boss Brendan Rodgers does not want to sell a player he rates highly.
Tierney has made 16 appearances for the Scotland giants in the new campaign and has become a key figure for his side at a young age.
He still has five years on his current deal with Celtic sat at the top of the Scottish Premiership with 19 points from their first seven league fixtures.
The Hoops will face Motherwell in their next league fixture after the international break, who are currently sat in sixth place in the league table
In other Celtic transfer news, Mikael Lustig is desperate to sign a new contract with the Scottish Champions, but has revealed that there has been no movement.