Bundesliga outfit Hertha Berlin are close to agreeing terms with Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata, according to reports. Boyata will fall out of contract with the Glasgow giants at the end of the season and manager Neil Lennon is resigned to losing the Belgium international.
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Football Insider are reporting that the former Manchester City stopper has been offered a long-term deal by Die Alte Dame and is on the verge of agreeing to move to the Olympiastadion.
The 28-year-old is currently out of action due to a hamstring injury and Lennon has indicted that he will probably not be seen against this campaign, meaning the powerful centre-back has most likely played his last game for the Hoops. The Brussells-born ace has made 135 appearances for the Celts but it seems as though he will ply his trade in Germany next term.