West Brom youngster and Norwich target Rekeem Harper is reportedly being monitored by Celtic, according to the Daily Record.
The Albion youngster is out of contract this summer and has already turned down a couple of offers from the West Midlands club as his future looks set to be away from the Championship side.
Norwich and Tottenham have shown interest in the player recently and now Scottish giants Celtic are interested in snapping up the young midfielder this summer.
The Hoops invited the player to Celtic Park on Sunday to watch Neil Lennon’s side defeat Hearts 2-1 and lift the Scottish Premiership title for an eighth consecutive time.
The 19-year-old has been given his first taste of first-team football in the West Brom side this season, and he has made 23 appearances in all competitions in for the Baggies.
It is yet to be seen if the England U19 international will make the move to Norwich this summer, but he could do a lot worse than to join Daniel Farke’s side.
Norwich are a team under Farke renowned for putting trust in their academy players, with Ben Godfrey, Jamal Lewis and Max Aarons being three big shining lights for them this season.
There are not too many other teams around England where Harper will get more of a chance to succeed than at Norwich and this move could do wonders for his development.
Why Harper should choose Norwich over Celtic and Tottenham
Farke's trust in youth
As seen in the Championship, Daniel Farke is willing to place his trust in young players, something which could appeal to Harper.
Regular game time
Harper would more than likely be guaranteed the most game time at Carrow Road. Again, something which the teenager is likely to consider when deciding who to join.
Chance to be a vital first-team member
Harper has proven he has the ability and could become a vital member of the Canaries squad in the Premier League.
Increase international chances
The Baggies midfielder is currently capped at Under-19 level for England and with a consistent run in the Norwich side, could land an Under-21 and possibly a senior call-up for his country.