Mendy eyes Celtic move
Paris St Germain defender Bernard Mendy claims to be keen on a move to Celtic.
The Scottish champions are believed to be interested in taking the former Bolton ace to Parkhead as cover for Mark Wilson in the right-back position.
And the 25-year-old has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Hoops boss Gordon Strachan, who has yet to table an official offer.
"Celtic are a great club and I would certainly consider the option of a move," the Frenchman said.
"The possibility of playing in the Champions League again is extremely attractive.
"I like British football and I enjoyed my spell on loan at Bolton in 2002-03. That was a great experience for me.
"However, at this stage, I have not been informed of any official offer from Celtic.
"But I have heard that Paris St Germain are looking for a new right back.
"My contract finishes in June 2008 and, while I am happy to remain here and and give my all for the club until then, I must be open to offers."