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SportCeltic target Allen set to leave Linfield admits Healy

23:47  12 july  2019
23:47  12 july  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Linfield manager admits Leicester target will leave the club

Linfield manager admits Leicester target will leave the club Linfield manager David Healy has revealed that he expects Leicester target Charlie Allen to leave the club in the next 12 months. Healy says that Allen will leave Linfield before he turns 17, with Leicester one of a number of clubs said to be interested in him. Leicester, Manchester United, Leeds, Liverpool, Celtic, Rangers, Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City are all reportedly keen on a deal to sign him. As quoted by The Daily Record, Healy said this: “Charlie was named in the 25-man squad for the Rosenborg game which tells you how much we rate him.

Celtic target Allen set to leave Linfield admits Healy © Charles McQuillan/Getty Images Sport Co Antrim v Manchester United: SuperCupNI CUP Final

Linfield manager David Healy has admitted that highly-rated midfielder Charlie Allen is unlikely to remain at the club beyond this window, as interest from Celtic, Rangers and Aberdeen begins to intensify.

Allen was named in Linfield’s 25 man squad for their Champions League qualifier against Rosenborg, despite being just 15 years old, and this has attracted the attention of a host of Scottish clubs including Celtic.

Had he made an appearance in the club’s 2-0 defeat at Windsor Park, Allen would’ve become the youngest player to appear in Europe’s most prestigious competition. Despite failing to get on to the pitch, the enigmatic playmaker is expected to play a big role in Linfield’s league season and this all whilst still being at school.

Healy confirms Liverpool target Allen won't be at Linfield much longer

Healy confirms Liverpool target Allen won't be at Linfield much longer Linfield boss David Healy has confirmed that Liverpool target Charlie Allen won’t be at the club much longer, the Daily Record report. The talented 15-year-old is regarded as a future star, with numerous clubs around Britain, including Liverpool, tracking the midfielder’s situation. The Reds’ Premier League rivals Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham have all been linked with the player, along with Leeds, Celtic and Rangers. Allen, who made his first-team debut for Linfield back in April, was recently included in the club’s Champions League qualifier squad to take on Rosenborg.

Celtic may well be favourites among their domestic rivals to secure Allen’s signature, but the Hoops also face competition from Premier League heavyweights such as Tottenham and Manchester City who are also reportedly monitoring the youngster’s situation.

Healy had this to say about Allen:

“Charlie was named in the 25-man squad for the Rosenborg game which tells you how much we rate him.”

“He’s still young, developing and has a lot to learn, but I know, in time, Charlie won’t see his 17th or 18th birthday at Linfield.”

Linfield chairman Roy McGivern added:

“There’s massive interest in Charlie.”

“Glenn Ferguson would tell you that from his work with the Academy and David Healy sees that he is a great talent and wants to aid his development.”

“Such is Charlie’s talent, he’s good enough to go across the water in the future and have his pick of clubs.”

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Turkish giants Fenerbahce have reportedly made an official offer for Celtic target Mathias Jorgensen. According to reports in Turkey, cited by the Examiner Live, Fenerbahce have made a €3.5m bid for the Huddersfield defender, however, the Terriers are in no rush to sell the Danish international unless their valuation is matched. The Hoops have been linked with a move for the 6ft 3in centre-back this summer, with Neil Lennon keen on adding to his central options at the back despite completing the signing of Christopher Jullien from Toulouse last week.

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