CELTIC could be set to land a six-figure sum should Gary Hooper leave Norwich this summer. The striker, who has made it clear he wants to go elsewhere, is a target for QPR and Aston Villa.
The Scottish champions would receive a cut of the £8 miilion transfer fee that the frontman is expected to fetch, due a to 10 per cent sell on fee clause inserted by Celtic as part of the £5.5 million switch from Parkhead to Carrow Road last summer.
Hooper had hoped that playing in the English Premiership would help push him into Roy Hodgson’s World Cup plans, but Norwich’s relegation has scuppered his chances.
Norwich have denied that Hooper has handed in a transfer request.