Wolves striker Fabio Silva has reportedly agreed a loan move to Scotland.

It's claimed a deal has been struck between the Premier League club and either Celtic or Rangers for the 21-year-old to head north.

It's claimed a "simple" loan deal has been agreed with Wolves earning a minor loan fee and Silva's wages being covered.

DiMarzio reporter Luca Bendoni states that Silva has agreed a move but it's unclear where in Glasgow he will spend the second half of the season.

Bendoni posted on social media: "Wolves striker Fabio Silva has accepted a move to Scotland.

"It will happen on a simple loan until the end of the season.

"Wolves will earn a small loan fee + the Scottish side will cover Silva's salary.

"Told it's one of Celtic and Rangers."

Bendoni then updated his post suggesting a move to Rangers is more likely. He added: "Told a move at Rangers appears most likely than at Celtic, but both teams have been negotiating with the player lately. Italian and German clubs were interested in Silva, too."

Silva has previously spent time on loan at bother Anderlecht and PSV during his time at Wolves. He has played 61 times for his parent club since joining in 2020.

Celtic Way:

There is a link between Silva and Rangers with Ibrox director of football Nils Koppen previously signing Silva on loan for PSV Eindhoven.

Silva also hinted a transfer move is nearing completion as he posted a hint on his social media that news could be imminent.

The forward - posting on his Instagram story - simply posted an egg timer emoji followed by ellipses.