Odsonne Edouard scored two goals against Azerbaijan in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship game on Thursday.

The Celtic striker has now racked up six goals in three games for France and has scored 9 times in 17 games for the Hoops so far this season. His total tally for Celtic is 42 goals in 98 appearances.

The 21-year-old is known for finding the back of the net in big games, and against Azerbaijan was no different.

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It’s finishes like this that are not going unnoticed down south.

Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd stated he believes that Manchester United should make a big money summer move for Edouard.

He told Sky Sports: "Talk about playing with France, is it a possibility? Yes. Do I think he'll do it with Celtic? No.

"That'll be in the back of his mind, he'll need to make that move if he's going to get in the French squad.

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"I don't think it'll be January, but come next summer, if there's something of £25-30million, which is reasonable for me, I think this guy will go to the very top.

"If I was Manchester United, I would come in and give the £25-30m in the summer.

"I wouldn't be surprised if a Brighton or an Aston Villa come in and pay the £30m for Odsonne Edouard and then he goes again."

Dan-Axel Zagadou, Houssem Aouar and Arnaud Nordin all scored for France to make the scoreline 5-0 at full time. France now sit second in Group B below Gerorgia.