Van Dijk wants Celtic move

Holland Under-21 international Virgil van Dijk has confirmed his desire to seal a move to Celtic.

Last Updated: 21/06/13 at 17:43 Post Comment

Virgil van Dijk: Ready for Celtic move

Virgil van Dijk: Ready for Celtic move

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The Scottish champions are understood to have shown an interest in the FC Groningen defender, and the player is now hoping they push through with a deal.

Van Dijk had attracted interest from England, with newly promoted Cardiff City and Championship outfit Brighton both keen, however, the player seems to have his heart set on a move to Glasgow.

"Celtic is a fantastic club and a step up for me," he told De Telegraaf.

"I now have to wait until the clubs agree."

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