Fabrizio Romano posts brilliant Celtic update

Transfer expect Fabrizio Romano has posted a brilliant update on Celtic starlet Mitchel Frame who has been the subject of significant interest from numerous English Premier League sides amid fears that Celtic would be about to lose yet another of our top young stars.

However those fears appear to be unfounded as Romano reports that Mitchel Farms is set to sign a new contract that will see him remain at Celtic until at least June 2026.

Football – 2022 / 2023 SFA Youth Cup – Final – Rangers U-18 vs Celtic U-18 – Hampden Park – Wednesday 3rd May 2023 Mitchel Frame of Celtic vies with Zander Hutton of Rangers 

The left back has been a star performer in the Celtic B team under Stephen McManus and Darren O’Dea and has also impressed in the Celtic under-18s and for Scotland at under-17s level. Both Brighton and Crystal Palace have been targeting the 17 year old as Celtic supporters feared another Ben Doak situation developing with this one, but happily Michael Nicholson looks like he has succeeded in convincing Mitchel that his future is as a Celtic player.

Antrim , United Kingdom – 22 October 2021; Mitchel Frame of Scotland during the Victory Shield match between Wales and Scotland at Blanchflower Park in Belfast. (Photo By Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

You might remember watching Frame star in that brilliant Youth Cup Final win over theRangers at the end of last season.

Meanwhile Thursday 19 October is going to be a very special day for The Celtic Star so please save the date…

John Hartson will be The Celtic Star’s guest of honour as we celebrate the launch of Matt Corr’s new book Majic, Stan and the King of Japan on Thursday 19th October at the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park. More information on the night and ticket details to follow…. Majic, Stan and the King of Japan tells the story of Gordon Strachan’s first dramatic and ultimately highly successful first season as Celtic manager and it was of course Big Bad John who scored the goal that won the league! (Photo by Chris Lee/Getty Images)

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