Celtic coaches believe Ghanaian right-back Jeremie Frimpong will be worth £20m in two years after making a huge impact this season.
Frimpong joined the Scottish champions on a four-year deal in the summer transfer window from Manchester City and has been a key cog for Neil Lennon's side.
The 18-year-old has made a big impression on staff at Lennoxtown with his huge energy around the place and is highly regarded by the coaches at the club.
The club believes the youngster is so good that “he’ll be worth £20million in two years if he keeps his feet on the ground”.
He has only made five appearances for Celtic, starting three of the last four Scottish Premiership matches and already looks to provide far more cutting edge than fellow right-back summer signings Hatem Abd Elhamed and Moritz Bauer.
But first, the Ghanaian must establish himself in Neil Lennon’s side amid the competition for his place from Abd Elhamed, who joined in the summer, and Stoke City loanee Bauer.