Celtic youngster Tsoanelo Letsosa is attracting interest from all over Europe, leaving the club in a battle to keep him, according to Football Insider.
Letsosa is one of a number of young talents currently turning heads at Celtic Park, with Karamoko Dembele also on the books at the club.
He was one of the key players for the Scotland under-16 team in the Victory Shield as they eventually ran out joint winners. On the day in the final, Letsosa was named man of the match.
Football Insider reports that scouts from over 60 clubs attending the event were impressed by his ability and potential.
Letsosa joined Celtic in 2017 and has risen through the age ranks, but he is yet to make a senior appearance.
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The report states that some of the elite clubs from across Europe, including in the Premier League, are now looking to sign Celtic’s latest prospect.
The Scottish champions will be looking to keep hold of their top talent as they prepare to battle Rangers for domination over the coming years.
Steven Gerrard has brought Celtic’s great rivals back into contention; they’re now only trailing them in the title race on goal difference.
With big Premier League clubs said to be sniffing around, it would surely not be a surprise to see Letsosa leave Scotland for England.
After all, this would not be the first time a top Premier League outfit managed to lure one of the most promising talents in Scotland to England.
Back in May 2017, Chelsea managed to snatch Billy Gilmour away from Rangers in a £500,000 deal. Based on the above, it seems Letsosa could be next.
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