Lech Poznan slap £4.3million price tag on right-back. Brendan Rodgers remains in the market for a long-term Mikael Lustig replacement. Celtic have turned to Lech Poznan star Robert Gumny in their search for a right-back, according to reports. A long-term replacement for Mikael Lustig remains a high priority for Brendan Rodgers, a need that was further exacerbated when Anthony Ralston suffered ligament damage in the win over St Mirren. Polish defender Gumny almost joined Bundesliga side Borussia Moenchengladbach in January 2018 but the deal collapsed following results of a medical. Gazeta Wyborcza claim Celtic are willing to pay around £4.3million (€5m) for the 20-year-old. Anthony Ralston has suffered ligament damage. Mikael Lustig's future remains uncertain. But it's also believed Lech are reluctant to part with the Poland U-21 international before the end of the season. Gumny is under contract at the club until June 2021 but has played only seven times for Lech this season Solari dodges Isco transfer talk He spent time on loan at Posbedkidzie during the 2016/17 campaign. Meanwhile, Oliver Burke has opened the door on making his Celtic stay a permanent one. The Scotland star is on loan from West Brom until the end of the season and bagged an impressive double against St Mirren on Wednesday night. Burke said: “I feel at home already and I’m sure if I continue to keep doing well I’m sure I’ll want to stay here as a player. “My career has been a bit stop-start and it’s not been great for me. This is just football – that’s what happens. Sometimes things go your way and sometimes they don’t." Been hoping this link would appear. Please Celtic get it done.