Robert Snodgrass has sparked speculation that he could be sold in January by turning down a new deal from Hull City.
According to a report in The Mail the 29-year-old doesn’t want to make a decision until Hull’s fate is known.
Snodgrass is out of contract at the end of the season with Hull having an option until January 1 to invoke a 12 month extension.
Mick Phelan’s side are currently stuck at the bottom of the Premier League and looking destined for a quick return to the Championship unless there is major investment in January.
With five goals from 15 games in the Premier League there is bound to be plenty of interest in the Scotland internationalist.
Snodgrass joined Hull in June 2014 from Norwich but suffered a serious injury on his debut at QPR that ruled him out of action for over a year.
A move to Celtic would hold a lot of appeal for the lifelong hoops fan but if Hull invoke the contract extension the midfielder will almost certainly be sold during January.