Turkish international Colin Kazim-Richards has landed in Glasgow ahead of a potential deadline day move to Celtic.
The 29-year-old attacker is out of favour at Feyenoord due to a lack of form and an altercation with a journalist.
Following talks between Celtic and Feyenoord over the weekend, Kazim-Richards was granted permission to travel to Glasgow to discuss terms with the Parkhead side.
Speaking after arriving in Glasgow, Kazim-Richards told Sky Sports he was “hopeful” of completing a move to Celtic before the window closes.
Following a successful loan spell with Feyenoord last season, Kazim-Richards joined the Rotterdam giants on a permanent deal in the summer, however, the move has not worked out this season and after just one goal in 11 games, coupled with his off-field problems, Feyenoord are happy to let him leave.
London-born Kazim Richards has 37 caps for Turkey and is hoping for a successful stint in Glasgow to ensure his place at Euro 2016 this summer.
Celtic would become the 29-year-old’s 11th club following spells with Bury, Brighton & Hove Albion, Sheffield United, Fenerbahçe, Toulouse, Galatasaray, Olympiacos, Blackburn Rovers and Bursaspor, as well as Feyenoord.
The Parkhead side are also expected to complete the signing of highly rated Manchester City youngster Patrick Roberts on an 18-month loan deal this afternoon.