One emerging talent on Celtic’s radar is Adam Berry, a 17-year-old prodigy who has recently been on trial at Nottingham Forest. Berry, who hails from Manchester United’s renowned academy, has also attracted interest from Sheffield United and Blackburn Rovers. Despite being released by United this season, Berry’s potential move to Celtic is seen as an opportunity for him to continue his development.

While Berry’s versatility as a central midfielder, winger, or number ten is promising, any potential deal with Celtic would likely see him join the B team. This positioning would position him as a prospect for the future rather than an immediate solution to the first-team challenges faced by Celtic.

With 27 appearances for Manchester United’s U18s, along with his brief trial with Rangers earlier in the year, Berry has already shown glimpses of his talent. Celtic sees him as a player with potential, and a move to the club could provide him with the platform to further develop and eventually break into the first team.