Croatian defender Jozo Simunovic has passed his medical with Italian outfit Torino as talks continue over his proposed move from Celtic, according to BBC Scotland, but there is doubt over the move as the two sides have not yet agreed a fee.

The Serie A side have been pursuing a deal for the player over a considerable period of time as they eye adding him to the ranks.

There were concerns over whether Simunovic would pass a medical with suggestions he had failed his check-up.

But that is not the case and the Croatian has passed a two-part medical check with Torino.   

However, Celtic and Torino have yet to fully agree on a transfer fee for the Croatian defender.  


And if Celtic cannot reach an agreement with the Serie A club it has been suggested Simunovic will head back to Glasgow.

Simunovic has progressed through the youth ranks of his country, Croatia, and is currently part of their Under-21 team.

Torino have been active in the transfer market on the deadline day having also captured Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart on loan.