Celtic youngster gets Fabrizio Romano treatment as Hoops fight off English interest in highly-rated star

HE’S a social media sensation and at the heart of some of European football’s biggest deals. But Fabrizio Romano left plenty of transfer-hungry Celtic fans hanging over his lack of updates throughout the summer transfer window. SportsfileRomano has delved into Celtic signing business after a summer clamour from Hoops fans[/caption] SNSFrame caught the eye in the Youth Cup Final against Rangers at Hampden in May[/caption] However the Twitter transfer guru has moved to quell their thirst for stories and claimed the inside scoop on a Hoops signing story – but not one you might expect. Between the big-money deals for Phillipe Coutinho in Bahrain and Saudi Arabian clubs bidding to lure Premier League stars the Italian expert went a little off piste with his lunchtime update – detailing a youth team TEENAGER and his contract talks. Romano has claimed Brendan Rodgers and co are close to tying down a rising star Mitchel Frame at Lennoxtown. The full-back is still just 17 and a half years old but after interest from English clubs Celtic have reached agreement with the 2006-born defender on a new deal extension. He’ll add another year to his contract ‘soon’ and sign on until 2026 – when he’ll still just be 20. But Hoops fans were surprised at the news – albeit welcome for the club. Sharing the story online one bemused Bhoy said: “After all our summer transfer business, this is the Celtic news he decides to report on.” Another added: “Fab tweeting sweet f*** all about Celtic other than outgoings, then proceeds to tweet about youngsters. Jesus.” EXCL: Celtic agree new deal terms with top talent Mitchel Frame, 2006 born fullback Frame already had deal to summer 2025 but now agreed new contract to summer 2026.Several clubs in England were targeting Frame, set to put pen on paper soon with Celtic. pic.twitter.com/Zr8zQp5s04— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 6, 2023 Other Hoops fans said: “If he’s a left back then get him in.” While another posted: “Scotland producing a million top rated young full backs is hilarious.” Frame is not the only new deal on the table at Celtic either. Sunsport understands Matt O’Riley is in advanced talks over a new contract at Celtic Park after late interest in the transfer window from Leeds. The Hoops rejected a £10m bid to take the Danish under-21 to Elland Road and he repaid them with an impressive midfield performance at Ibrox in the Old Firm derby win over Rangers. First team stars Callum McGregor, Daizen Maeda and Kyogo Furuhashi all added years to their deals this summer, and winger Liel Abada extended his deal on deadline day. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page

Celtic youngster gets Fabrizio Romano treatment as Hoops fight off English interest in highly-rated star

HE’S a social media sensation and at the heart of some of European football’s biggest deals.

But Fabrizio Romano left plenty of transfer-hungry Celtic fans hanging over his lack of updates throughout the summer transfer window.

Sportsfile
Romano has delved into Celtic signing business after a summer clamour from Hoops fans[/caption]
SNS
Frame caught the eye in the Youth Cup Final against Rangers at Hampden in May[/caption]

However the Twitter transfer guru has moved to quell their thirst for stories and claimed the inside scoop on a Hoops signing story – but not one you might expect.

Between the big-money deals for Phillipe Coutinho in Bahrain and Saudi Arabian clubs bidding to lure Premier League stars the Italian expert went a little off piste with his lunchtime update – detailing a youth team TEENAGER and his contract talks.

Romano has claimed Brendan Rodgers and co are close to tying down a rising star Mitchel Frame at Lennoxtown.

The full-back is still just 17 and a half years old but after interest from English clubs Celtic have reached agreement with the 2006-born defender on a new deal extension.

He’ll add another year to his contract ‘soon’ and sign on until 2026 – when he’ll still just be 20.

But Hoops fans were surprised at the news – albeit welcome for the club.

Sharing the story online one bemused Bhoy said: “After all our summer transfer business, this is the Celtic news he decides to report on.”

Another added: “Fab tweeting sweet f*** all about Celtic other than outgoings, then proceeds to tweet about youngsters. Jesus.”

Other Hoops fans said: “If he’s a left back then get him in.”

While another posted: “Scotland producing a million top rated young full backs is hilarious.”

Frame is not the only new deal on the table at Celtic either.

Sunsport understands Matt O’Riley is in advanced talks over a new contract at Celtic Park after late interest in the transfer window from Leeds.

The Hoops rejected a £10m bid to take the Danish under-21 to Elland Road and he repaid them with an impressive midfield performance at Ibrox in the Old Firm derby win over Rangers.

First team stars Callum McGregor, Daizen Maeda and Kyogo Furuhashi all added years to their deals this summer, and winger Liel Abada extended his deal on deadline day.

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers at the Scottish Sun football page