Gers Fan and West Brom player James Morrison has urged his teammate to snub Celtic this summer in favour of staying with the English side.
Out of contact West Brom man, Rekeem Harper was confirmed to be at Celtic Park on the final day of the SPFL season as the club’s VIP guest when the bhoys lifted the SPFL trophy. Neil Lennon’s trip to the Hawthorn’s during the Baggies disappointing playoff result was said to be for the midfielder also.
Harper’s contract is up this summer and he’s free to talk to anyone about a move but Morrison has warned against the 19-year-old making the Parkhead switch.
“In midfield next season there’s only Rak, Sam Field, Jake Livermore and Chris Brunt. He’s got a chance to play.:” he told Herald Scotland.
“Is he guaranteed that at Celtic? He’s not. And that’s a tough place to play too.”
Neil Lennon has some rebuilding to do once he officially signs on the dotted line as Celtic manager. It looks like the Irishman has been putting things in place for quite a while behind the scenes as interim boss.
Should Celtic land Rekeem this summer they would only have to pay a very nominal FIFA enforced youth fee for the player.