Norwegian youngster Kristoffer Ajer has an agreement with Celtic to join the club in the summer on a four-year-deal.
The news was confirmed by Norwegian media outlet FVN and Ajer is expected fly to Glasgow to complete a medical tomorrow.
Ajer is expected to join for a fee between £600,000 and £800,000 after he finishes his schooling in Norway.
Having spent a week in Glasgow at Lennoxtown with the first-team and impressed both coaches and his fellow Norwegian Ronny Deila, who instantly expressed an interest in the talented youngster.
The 17-year-old, who has captained his current club IK Start, was also scouted by Paris Saint-Germain on at least four occasions this season – and has 47 appearances, including 13 goals and five assists to date for the Tippeligaen side.
He made the move from Lillestrom SK in 2014, and has gone on to impress a host of European clubs who were keeping tabs on him including Roma, Liverpool and Arsenal.
Start rejected a bid of €2 million for the 6’5 midfielder last season after a successful trial from Serie A side Roma who will wear the green and white Hoops next season.
His previous contract ran out at the end of this year, and Celtic had added him to their list of players to watch.
With talk of the youngster being in the same bracket as Real Madrid player Martin Odegaard, Celtic fans will hope they have a future star player in their grasp from this summer onwards.