Leeds United expected to beat Tottenham to teenager’s signature after Parkhead exit
Leeds United want Rory Mahady and are expected to see off competition from Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur for his signature.
Callum McGregor and Anthony Ralston have become first-team regulars at Celtic after establishing themselves through their ranks, while Kieran Tierney has become a star at Parkhead.
Still, some decided to move on and try their luck elsewhere; For example, Liam Morrison and Barry Hepburn swapped Celtic for Bayern Munich.
Josh Adam left Celtic for Manchester City in 2020 and now it looks like another Bhoys talent is heading to the Premier League.
Leeds United want Rory Mahady
Celtic goalkeeper Rory Mahady has confirmed on Instagram that he has now left the club after nine years with the Bhoys.
Last year, reports suggested Manchester City were pushing for Mahady.
The Scottish Sun now claim that while City want Mahady now, the Etihad Stadium is not expected to be his destination.
They suggest City and Tottenham are likely to miss out on Mahady as Leeds United win the race.
It is claimed that the 16-year-old is ready to secure his first professional deal by targeting Leeds.
Leeds like to bring in young talent and have secured Sonny Perkins from West Ham United this summer.
However, Leeds already have some highly rated young goalkeepers in Harry Christy and Dani van den Heuvel.
Mahady will be brought in as competition for the development ranks at Leeds and given his obvious potential, he could rise quickly at Elland Road.
With interest from City and Tottenham, Leeds will feel it is a major coup for them – if the deal goes ahead as expected.
Celtic will be disappointed to see the young talent leave but will be hoping he thrives in England and becomes another success story from the Bhoys academy.
In other words, recent champions Liverpool are unlikely to follow Potter to Chelsea despite holding talks
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