Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni has confirmed Bayern Munich are tracking Celtic winger Aiden McGeady.
The 22-year-old, who came through the youth ranks at Parkhead, has admitted an interest in experiencing life outside Glasgow at some point in his career and he may get the chance with the Bundesliga giants in the summer.
Tottenham have been linked with McGeady but Trapattoni, the player's national manager, revealed that Bayern boss Jurgen Klinsmann, whom he coached at both Inter Milan and Bayern, is keeping tabs on the Glasgow-born star.
'I met my old Bayern assistant in Germany recently and he asked me what I think about McGeady because they are are following him,' Trappatoni told the Scottish Sun.
'They wanted my opinion and I said McGeady is one of our most important players.
'With more confidence, he has the possibility to improve even further.'
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