One of the promising youngsters that Premier League have on offer is Liverpool’s sensational starlet, Dominic Solanke. Having emerged through the youth ranks of Chelsea, Solanke was lured to Anfield in the summer. However, under the tutelage of Jurgen Klopp, he hasn’t been recognized much and has not been handed a single start in the league so far this season, which is a major cause of concern for his further developmental process.

Aston Villa’s manager, Steve Bruce, in one of his recent interviews, stated that young guns like him, who have received a call-up to the English national side, should be plying their trade at club level football on a regular basis and quite rightly so. Impliedly, a loan move in the upcoming January transfer window could be a much-needed change for him. Interestingly, Scottish giants, Celtic, were interested in him in the recent past, so would it be sensible for them to launch an attack to get him?

Under the tutelage of Brendan Rodgers, the Bhoys secured domestic treble last season and have started this season in a fruitful manner as well. One of the appealing aspects about Rodgers’ game-plan has been the manner he has marshalled his youngsters by giving them the pedestal to perform.

The likes of Kieran Tierney, Patrick Roberts and Moussa Dembele have thrived under him. Celtic do have two quality strikers in the shapes of Dembele and Leigh Griffiths already, but Solanke could be a decent coup for them to beef up their attacking arsenal.

The 20-year-old is a versatile player who can ply his trade as a striker as well as on the wings and possesses tremendous predatory instincts up front. He doesn’t only have the ability to create spaces and chances for himself and for his teammates but also has the calibre of holding the well meticulously up front.

Although he lacks the experience of Scottish football, the traits he has showcased so far are quite compelling and should be able to adopt the game.

Solanke was given plenty of time during the preseason of the Reds but having featured for merely 85 minutes so far, Liverpool wouldn’t mind shipping him out on loan in January.

A move to Celtic Park should be a beneficial decision for all the parties involved as it will also allow the Hoops to keep their territorial supremacy intact. Besides, he must be raring to make an impact to please Klopp and he is seemingly likely to get opportunities to excel if a move to Celtic materializes.

Prasoon is a law student who lives in the North East of India. Wildly innovative, football is more than a passion for him.