Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama would consider an offer to leave Celtic Park should one come from a big named overseas club.

The 20-year-old joined the Scottish Premier League champions last summer from Belgian side Beerschot, and scored four goals last season as Celtic romped to the title ahead of arch rivals Rangers.

It has taken just 12 months for Wanyama's talent to be noticed, with the likes of Liverpool, Newcastle United, Stoke City, Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United all reportedly interested in his signature.

Victor Wanyama
Wanyama has built a reputation as a solid midfielder.

Celtic paid just £1 million for Wanyama last summer, however are understood to be demanding as much as six-times that amount for the defensive midfielder.

Wanyama has been capped 16 times by Kenya's national team, but has spent most of his professional career in Belgium with Beerschot.

The Kenyan has built a reputation for being a tireless, tough tackling midfielder in his first 12 months north of the border.

The player's business manager Rob Moore says that while Wanyama is happy in Scotland, he would consider a move abroad should an offer come his way.

"That has been a lot of talk which is not necessarily true," Moore told Sky Sports.

"But he is like any other young talented footballer in that he wants to play at the highest level.

"He has made the club aware that if they receive an offer from one of the big leagues he would like them to consider it.

"He is not unhappy at Celtic, far from it - he loves the club and everything has been great for him since he moved but should something come in he feels they should listen."

While Celtic Wanyama is with one of the biggest clubs in Europe; in Celtic, interest from Liverpool is sure to prick the ears of the youngster.

Liverpool have already missed out on released Wigan Athletic midfielder Mohamed Diame, while they will welcome back Lucas Leiva and Charlie Adam from injury for the new season, after the pair missed significant periods of last term.

Brendan Rodgers is set to assess his entire first-team squad upon their return to Anfield following the European Championship, however has already allowed Dirk Kuyt to leave the club.