Celtic have been one of the standout performers in the Scottish Premiership this season, but they currently face competition from Kilmarnock and Rangers in the race for the title.
The Hoops will have their sights set on securing a third successive treble in the current campaign, which can be made a whole lot easier if they bring in a couple of quality players in January. And, it looks as if this is exactly what they’re trying to do, as according to ESPN’s Taylor Twellman (via his personal Twitter account), Celtic are closely monitoring Justin Rennicks.
Indiana University’s Justin Rennicks has earned interest from Celtic and Frankfurt.
Interestingly, the New England Revolution have the option of signing Rennicks to a homegrown deal, but the 19-year-old is yet to be offered a contract by the club after being handed a suspension for training with Frankfurt.
So, this has caught the attention of Celtic, who are thought to be interested in acquiring his services.
Justin Rennicks is arguably one of the hottest prospects over in the United States of America, having been training with Frankfurt already and now attracting interest from Celtic.
The Hoops have managed to develop Kieran Tierney into a future star of the game, so there’s no reason as to why they can’t do the same with Rennicks.