Report: Celtic arranging January move for English CB, Nick Hammond has explored him. Officers sharp as well
As indicated by The Scottish Sun, Celtic are following Carlisle United protector Jarrad Branthwaite in front of a potential January move, while Rangers are sharp as well.
Regardless of being 17 and showing up to this point, the English child has been probably the best entertainer in the League Two this term, and he is pulling in various clubs crosswise over Britain.
Celtic’s director of football Nick Hammond apparently made an individual visit to see Branthwaite in real life a month ago, and Rangers have additionally sent one of their top scouts to run the standard over the £1million-rated young person.
The adolescent stands at a great 6ft 4in, and has been broadly tipped to turn into a star.
Celtic could do with some quality spread at the back as their quest for the Premiership and Scottish Cup proceeds one year from now, while they are likewise hoping to go far in the Europa League subsequent to meeting all requirements for the last-32.
Bands supervisor Neil Lennon at present has Kris Ajer and Chris Jullien as his first-decision focal protectors, while Jozo Simunovic remains damage inclined.
Jack Hendry is good and gone right now, and Celtic could do with increases at the back going ahead.
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