Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas is currently having a dream season with Championship side Bristol City. But it looks like next season, the 25-year-old could very well play in the Scottish Premiership.

Tomas Kalas has been amongst the ranks at Chelsea since 2010 but the player has not managed a single start in over seven years.

During his time at Stamford Bridge, the centre-back has moved around England on various loan spells but it looks like the defender is finally on the verge of moving out of Chelsea for good.

Tomas Kalas has so far played in 26 games for Bristol City and reports have it that his solid performances have caught the eye of Glasgow clubs Celtic and Rangers.

Yes, both the Old Firm rivals have shown an interest in signing Tomas Kalas and rumours have it that the Premiership clubs will be sending scouts to monitor the defender for the next few games.

Rangers are believed to be more inclined towards signing Kalas but Celtic might just have the upper hand if the Bhoys are serious about making a move.

Celtic have received a big amount when Brendan Rodgers dissolved his contract to join Leicester City a couple of weeks ago and it sense prevails then the club will use that money to pay for Tomas Kalas.

The Sun is reporting that Chelsea will demand somewhere in the region of £5 million for the defender which means that Rangers will have to pay a record transfer fee if they wish to sign Tomas Kalas.

Steven Gerrard brought in a number of defenders last summer so it would make no sense for them to spend such huge money on Tomas Kalas.

But having said that though, if Tomas Kalas was to move to the Premiership next season, the Czech defender will most certainly become one of the top defenders in Scotland.

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