West Ham youngster Harrison Ashby could join Celtic today according to respected club insider ExWHUemployee.

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The 19-year-old allegedly has the option to move to Parkhead today.

Ashby has really excelled for the Hammers’ youth teams over the past couple of years.

And he didn’t look out of place one little bit during his two senior appearances for West Ham.

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West Ham ace Harrison Ashby could join Celtic today according to Ex (Photo by James Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

The teenager clearly has a very bright future ahead of him at the London Stadium. He has little chance of earning regular action with West Ham this season, however, with Vladimir Coufal, Ryan Fredericks and Ben Johnson all ahead of him in the pecking order.

West Ham ace Ashby to join Celtic?

Highly respected Hammers insider ExWHUemployee claims that the 19-year-old has the option to join the Hoops on deadline day.

 

Ashby would be a great addition for the Glasgow giants. The 19-year-old right-back certainly seems to have something special about him.

The Scotland under-21 international incapsulates everything about what being a modern day full-back should be.

Ashby is incredibly energetic and possesses pace in abundance.

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Harrison Ashby (Photo by Craig Foy/SNS Group via Getty Images)

He is a strong tackler, has a fine positional sense and reads the game well.

The young Scot is really good going forward as well. He has become renowned for making lung-busting runs up and down the right-hand flank.

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Ashby joining Celtic on loan today would be the ideal outcome for all parties involved. Regular game time will help him reach another level and hopefully he will return to West Ham as an even better player in nine months time.

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