CELTIC are reportedly tracking teenage Reading winger Michael Olise as well as Hearts ace Aaron Hickey.

The Hoops have been scouting French under-18 international Olise, who made 14 first team appearances for the Championship side this season before the coronavirus forced the season into shutdown mode.

Olise spent time both at Chelsea and Manchester City in their academy set-ups before signing a three year deal with Reading last July. And according to the Daily Mail, Neil Lennon is a big admirer of the 18-year-old.

Another who Hoops boss Lennon is keeping tabs on is Hearts full-back Aaron Hickey.

The Tynecastle youngster was a bright spark in a poor season for Daniel Stendel’s side, which ultimately ended in relegation.

It is understood that the Scottish Premiership champions are monitoring his contract situation amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the Jambos' relegation.

On Celtic’s transfer movements, Neil Lennon said: “We don't know how the transfer window is going to look and what length of time it will be, and what the budget is going to be, and what other clubs' budget is going to be as well.

“I am really happy with the squad, I am not sure we need to do a lot of rebuilding at all, if at all.

“But again you don't know what the landscape is going to look like with bringing players in.”