Celtic’s Young Prodigy Makes Reserve Team Debut At 15 Years Old

Karamoko Dembele is rapidly expanding his Celtic reputation and today he did it in style.

The young Celtic youth player has been making a name for himself over the past year, and Europe’s elite have been keeping track on his development.

Today the 15 year old made the reserve team in a match against Partick Thistle, playing in the Glasgow Cup.

Dembele scored a sensational solo goal to mark it off while the team ran rampant against Thistle and won the match 6-0.

Dembele can make his Hoops first-team debut in February when he turns 16.

In a rare interview last month, the London-born teenager admitted his development debut changed his life forever.

That appearance prompted interest from some of Europe’s top clubs, including Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City.

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