At just 22 years, the Celtic striker, Odsonne Edouard, is turning the heads of big clubs towards himself and rightly so. The Celtic striker has had an amazing season and it’s evident by the number of clubs swarming over his head.

Arsenal are looking for a striker probably due to the imminent departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and it makes sense the Gunners have kept their tabs on the prolific Celtic striker.

Edouard is thought to match the bill, given that his current ability and future potential, and Sutton wouldn’t be surprised to observe the prior Paris Saint-Germain academy graduate undergo a high-profile change because he’s destined to follow the likes of Van Dijk by departing Glasgow for better and bigger things.

The ex-Hoops celebrity told that the Daily Record of Edouard: “The French striker will the very top like Van Dijk and he has been magnificent.

“The striker may do everything. He joins the match, he makes conducts, he creates, and he’s an excellent finisher.

“Edouard supposed the mantle of duty [Neil] Lennon chased the nine final years and delivered in emphatic style because of his team and boss.”

Celtic have observed a ninth successive Scottish Premiership name confirmed following the coronavirus outbreak introduced the 2019-20 effort to a premature end.

A number of big names have led to a remarkable age of success, together with present Liverpool defender Van Dijk one of them.

Sutton added to the Netherlands centre-back, who spent two years in Celtic between 2013 and 2015: “Dutch shield oozed class from the moment he settled into existence in Celtic. The centre-back often strolled throughout games.

“Willing to measure out from the trunk and also play at midfield in addition to score colorful free-kicks, Van Dijk was destined to the very best and that is where he has ended up as a Champions League winner”

He found it hard to sever ties with Celtic, as a boyhood supporter of this club, however, is just another who had to spread his limbs so as to come across the point his talent deserves.

Sutton said of this 22-year-old: “Outstanding from the left-back role in the minute he had been given his chance throughout the Ronny Deila reign.

“His powerful bond with the club made him a massive favourite among the fans and a must-pick for its place.”