Paris Saint-Germain have sent scouts to watch Celtic sensation Moussa Dembele – just four years after releasing him.
The Daily Express report the 20-year-old was under observation by the Ligue 1 champions while on international duty for France U21s.
The former Fulham striker has made a scintillating start to life at Celtic Park, scoring 12 goals in 17 appearances for the Hoops.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is adamant Dembele will not be sold but his eye-catching performances continue to attract interest.
Dembele has become one of Europe’s hottest properties since making the move to Parkhead from Fulham in a deal worth around £500,000 in the summer.
Celtic chief Dermot Desmond recently insisted that the Scottish Premiership champions do not need to cash in on their prized asset, who has netted 12 goals in the last 14 matches for Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Desmond said: “We don’t need to sell any players. Hopefully we can retain him. But our job is to have players who want to be sought by other clubs in the Premier League and elsewhere.”
Dembele has also been attracting interest from the English Premiership, with Arsenal said to be set to test the Parkhead side’s resolve with a bid in January.
Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have also been reported to be keeping tabs on the in-form frontman.