“Celtic should build a team around him… he has all the talent in the world.”
To an outsider, BBC Scotland pundit Michael Stewart’s proclamation could be about a gem unearthed from a Premier League club, or a big-money signing plundered from a European powerhouse.
But Celtic fans and followers of Scottish football will understand why he is talking about 21-year-old Scot David Turnbull, the brightest light in a gloomy campaign for the faltering defending champions.
Here, BBC Scotland takes a look at one of the league’s hottest young properties to see why Stewart has tipped him for the very top.
‘He has all the talent in the world’
Turnbull’s place in the Celtic spotlight has been a long time coming.
After a breakthrough season of 15 goals in 30 games for Motherwell, knee surgery scuppered a £3.25m move to Celtic in the summer of 2019. Almost a year out tested the resolve of Turnbull, who eventually secured that life-changing switch in August last year.
But it wasn’t until Celtic’s form…
— to www.bbc.co.uk