Celtic will reportedly have their resolve tested over Matt O'Riley one more time before forgetting about transfers until the summer.

Reports in Turkey have emerged stating Galatasaray is targeting the Denmark international on their transfer deadline day.

The 23-year-old was the subject of hefty interest from various teams across Europe during January. 

Atletico Madrid had a bid rejected by the Scottish champions, while fellow La Liga hopefuls Girona maintained an interest throughout the window.

O'Riley has been in inspired form for Brendan Rodgers' side this season, scoring ten and assisting 12 so far.

Celtic want to hold on to the former MK Dons player for as long as possible, with the playmaker contracted until the summer of 2027.

However, with Galatasaray looking to splash the cash having received £30m from Bayern Munich for Sacha Boey, the Turkish giants could make an approach before their deadline at midnight on Friday, February 9.

Media outlet Haber Mayden claims that O'Riley has been added to the club's transfer wishlist. 

Boss Okan Buruk is keen to add a midfielder before the window shuts later today.

The report states the Istanbul side is 'expected' to attempt to sign the Celtic star, however, they know they will have to pay a 'high fee' in order to make that happen.

Rodgers has already stated that O'Riley is going nowhere for now. And that especially rings home when, if he were to leave today, Celtic would be unable to draft in any replacements for their key man.

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Meanwhile, David Turnbull has suggested his exit from Celtic was down to 'other things'.

The Scotland midfielder, 24, departed Glasgow on the final day of the transfer window as he moved on to pastures new at Cardiff City.

The former Motherwell academy star joined the Championship club for a fee of £2m with just six months remaining on his deal at Parkhead.