Manchester City have completed the signing of Celtic Academy prospect Josh Adam.
The Citizens have been tracking the midfielder for some time and were ready to make their move in April.
The 16-year-old confirmed, via Instagram, that he has joined Premier League big guns.
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City beat off considerable interest from clubs in the Premier League and Bundesliga to sign the 16-year-old midfielder.
Adam, just 16-years-old was highly thought of amidst the Parkhead academy and will now look to continue his development south of the border with the City academy.
The likelihood of youngsters becoming a first team player is massively unlikely.