The newspaper claims that the 21-year-old will “pack his bags” and head to the UK before puting the finishing touches on his £1.75million transfer to Celtic Park.
It is understood that the Hoops are now on the verge of signing the one-time Ukraine international after Karpaty allowed him to leave their winter training camp.
Good move for Celtic?
Does Brendan Rodgers really need to sign a forward player?
He has already signed Timothy Weah, Oliver Burke and Vakoun Issouf Bayo this month, so signing Shved would surely only make sense if someone was going to be leaving Parkhead.
The 21-year-old has done well for Karpaty this season, scoring eight goals and supplying three assists in 18 appearances across all competitions.
He can play as a centre-forward or out on the right-wing, but they are two positions where Celtic are very well stocked thanks to Rodgers’ business early in the January transfer window.
It could work out to be a good signing because it’s a cheap deal, but it’s hard to see how Shved fits in at this stage.
Likely to happen?
Judging by this report, Shved’s move to Celtic is very close to completion and unless there are any issues in his medical, then supporters can expect this deal to be finalised fairly soon.
However there is always that slight chance that something could happen that sees the deal fall through.