When it comes to bringing another Israeli international to Parkhead this summer, Celtic are interested in Mohammed Abu Fani.

The Bhoys may have won the Scottish Premiership, but they cannot relax.

Rangers will be anxious to reclaim the crown from Celtic, and the Bhoys must improve their European performances as well.

This implies that fresh signings will be sought this summer, and a new name may be added to an ever-growing list of possible targets.

On a daily basis, Celtic is associated with new names, and today it’s Mohammed Abu Fani’s time.

Celtic are one among the teams interested in signing Abu Fani this summer, according to Sport5 in his home Israel.

Abu Fani’s representatives are said to be selling him around Europe in the hopes of striking a contract.

Royal Antwerp has been linked with a transfer, according to the source, although Celtic, Eintracht Frankfurt, and Standard Liege are the most interested.

Before making a decision, all of those clubs are expected to see Abu Fani play for Israel in Nations League matches against Iceland and Albania.

Celtic have a long history of bringing in players with Israeli roots.

Hatem Abd Elhamed, Rami Gershon, Beram Kayal, Nir Bitton, and Liel Abada are all Israeli internationals who have recently joined Celtic.

Dudu Dahan, the Israeli agent who also brought Stefan Scepovic and Amido Balde to Celtic, brought in Efe Ambrose and Ismaila Soro from Israeli teams.

Abu Fani has the potential to follow in their footsteps, but who exactly is he?

At about 5ft 4in tall, Abu Fani, 24, is a small midfielder who has played in a holding, box-to-box, and attacking midfield role for Maccabi Haifa.

Abu Fani’s stature gives him a low centre of gravity, allowing him to jink past men in tight areas in midfield.

Given that both Bitton and Tom Rogic have left, Ange Postecoglou is looking for another midfielder this summer, and rumours claim that Abu Fani is on his want list.

Abu Fani had a strong season with Maccabi Haifa, scoring six goals and adding six assists in 44 games.

On the international level, Abu Fani has also played alongside Liel Abada, and the two might team up at Celtic.

Given that both Bitton and Tom Rogic have left, Ange Postecoglou is looking for another midfielder this summer, and rumours claim that Abu Fani is on his want list.