Yeovil Town’s blossoming youngster, Tom James, has attracted a lot of attention of late owing to his form in League Two this season. As per one of the latest reports by Independent, Scottish giants, Celtic, are closely monitoring James and are battling two Premier League sides, Swansea City and Bournemouth, to secure his services.
James emerged through the youth ranks of Cardiff City, having joined the club back in 2004, and in 2014, he was handed his first senior appearance for the Bluebirds. However, he couldn’t cement his place and after spending 13 years, he left the club to sign for Yeovil Town in search of regular first-team action. Ever since his move, he has shown immense development in his calibre.
The 21-year-old is a modern day fullback and is unarguably one of the finest talents that the English fourth division has on offer. He is quick, mobile and is capable enough to knit a fine balance between his offensive and defensive endeavours. Besides, the manner in which he reads the game has been quite decent and no wonder why the football fraternity is keeping close tabs on him.
The Battle And Celtic’s Chances
A move to the Premier League must appeal a developing starlet like him owing to the lucre and competitiveness that the league offers. With the Cherries and the Swans keen to prise him out of the Huish Park, it would not be easy for the Bhoys to tempt him to make a move to the Celtic Park. However, the…