- Antoine Semenyo has popped up on the radar of Scottish giants Celtic ahead of the summer transfer window
- The red-hot forward has been in scintillating form for Bristol City in the English championship this season
- Semenyo is currently in talks with the Ghana Football Association over a possible switch in nationality
English-born Ghanaian forward, Antoine Semenyo could leave the English Championship to join Scottish giants Celtic in the summer transfer window.
The English Championship player for the month of January has attracted interest for Celtic, after the club sent a scout to watch him last week.
According to Bristol World, Celtic sent senior scout Craig Strachan to watch the striker in the game against Reading.
Antoine Semenyo scored and forced an own goal as Bristol City defeated Reading 2-1 at the Ashton Gate. Semenyo has scored five goals and provided seven assists in 18 matches.
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The lanky-forward is not only attracting interests from clubs, but also the Ghana national team with the Football Association in talks with the England-born player.
Ghana Football Association in talks with Antoine Semenyo over nationality switch
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the Ghana Football Association has taken the initiative to convince English-born striker Antoine Semenyo to represent Ghana at the international level.
The London-born forward, who plays for Bristol City has been in good form in the English championship, raising the eyebrows of the federation.
According to reports, the 22-year-old has agreed to play for the Black Stars of Ghana pending approval from the Federation of International Football (FIFA).
Antoine Semenyo wins Sky Bet Player of the Month of January
Ghanaian forward Antoine Elorm Semenyo has been adjudged Sky Bet Championship Player of the Month for January following his impressive performance for Bristol City.
In the month of January, the 22-year-old forward was on target three times and registered three assists for Bristol City in the English Championship.
Semenyo overcame strong contenders from Blackpool FC goalkeeper Dan Grimshaw, Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic and QPR midfielder Chris Willock to win the award.