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Celtic: Source shares Kyle Hudlin update

Celtic: Source shares Kyle Hudlin update -Celtic

Celtic will continue to run the rule over Solihull Moors striker Kyle Hudlin ahead of the January window, Football Insider report.

The Lowdown: Hudlin attracting interest

Hudlin holds the record for the tallest outfield player in England and has been catching the eye in 2021.

The 6 foot 9 forward was linked with Cardiff City, Manchester City and Middlesbrough by The Athletic back in August.

Celtic have since watched the 21-year-old in action in the fifth-tier during a 1-1 draw with Barnet last month, and it appears as if the Hoops will continue to monitor Hudlin going forward.

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The Latest: Source shares update

Football Insider shared a story on Tuesday, with pundit Gabby Agbonlahor giving his thoughts to the links.

Within their report however, they revealed some new information, claiming that a Celtic source has updated them to reveal that scout Andy Thorne will continue to keep a close eye over Hudlin.

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The Verdict: January move?

Hudlin is out of contract next summer, so Celtic could hold an advantage over Cardiff, Middlesbrough and Manchester City when it comes to any transfer in the January window.

Should his situation remain the same, he’ll be available to talk with sides outside of England ahead of a possible pre-contract agreement.

If he continues to impress Thorne, he could advise the Hoops to launch a cut-price move for Hudlin in the New Year to add a different dimension to Ange Postecoglou’s attacking options.

In other news: Unusual clause emerges in Celtic’s deadline day business; could cost Hoops down the line. 

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