The 21-year-old attacker was signed by the Celtic hierarchy during the January transfer window but agreed to remain on-loan in his homeland until the end of the current campaign.
The reported fee Celtic have agreed to pay for Shved is thought to be around the £2 million mark but, with every passing week, it looks like the Scottish champions might’ve nabbed themselves a bargain.
Shved’s current side Karpaty Lviv were held to a 1-1 draw in Sunday’s quarter-final tie against Inhulets, and despite being eliminated on penalties, Shved’s last-gasp equaliser was definitely the highlight of the match:
With the likes of Oliver Burke, Timo Weah and Jonny Hayes all likely to be heading for the exit door at the end of the current season, could Shved transpire to be a key player as soon as he arrives in Glasgow?
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