Mat Ryan is a man in demand this summer, amid ties with Arsenal and Celtic.
The Australian keeper joined the Gunners on a loan deal from Brighton in January as Bernd Leno’s deputy after the summer signing of Alex Runarsson failed to impress the Spaniard.
Ryan played a total of three games for north London before returning to parent club Brighton this month and the Gunners are reportedly keen to bring him back permanently this summer.
However, according to Air sports, the Scottish team are considering targeting Ryan with his new manager Ange Postecoglou eager to work with him again after their stint with the Australian national team.
The report claims there are no formal talks yet between Ryan and the Glasgow side but they remain interested, alongside clubs in England, Spain and France.
However, the 29-year-old, who is a self-proclaimed Arsenal fan, has previously said Fox sports that he would like to return to Emirates Stadium.
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“I have full confidence in the team around me – my agent, my family, my friends – that we are going to have a few options, hopefully, and make the best decision for me,” he said.
“Hopefully Arsenal will also become one of those options that we can look at and see what can happen there, but at the moment it’s still pretty early. The season has just ended.
“I take it day by day and see where my journey takes me. “