Celtic will be desperate to secure a third successive treble in the current campaign having enjoyed a rich vein of form recently in domestic competitions.
The Hoops haven’t been able to assert their dominance in Europe once again this season, which is definitely halting their progress under Brendan Rodgers at this moment in time.
However, with the club likely to spend a large amount of money in transfer windows to come, perhaps Rodgers and Peter Lawwell should turn their attention to a number of the club’s youngsters.
Indeed, the Glasgow club have managed to produce a number of quality players over the years, so they shouldn’t hesitate to try and chance their luck once again.
With that in mind, these TWO Celtic youngsters could save Peter Lawwell multi-millions…
Karamoko Dembele is arguably one of the most promising players in the whole of world football, with the foundations already laid down for him to kick on and make a name for himself at Celtic Park.
The midfielder breezes past people in his age bracket which has forced him to make the step up to Under-18s squad at the age of just 15, so it’s clear to see just how special the youngster really is.
So, with the Scottish youth international set to enjoy his breakthrough at some point in the future, there’s no need for Lawwell to splash out on future talent.
The highly-rated youngster, who has been with the Hoops since the age of nine, made his debut for Brendan Rodgers’ side in May of 2017 against St Johnstone following a standout display in the Youth Cup against Rangers.
Interestingly, the winger has made nine appearances in all competitions for Rodgers’ side this season and is developing on the international stage with the Scotland Under-23s, so there’s no doubt that the teenager will play a huge part in the club’s future.
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