Celtic youngster Cameron Harper has agreed terms on a deal that will see him leave Parkhead this window and move to New York Red Bulls.

Herald and Times Sport understands a fee has been agreed between the two clubs to take the USA native back home to the MLS.

We told how the 19-year-old had been in discussions over a pre-contract deal but we understand NY want the player in as soon as possible to bolster their attacking options.

There were also believed to be other options for Harper in his home country if he had decided to stay in Glasgow this season.

The MLS transfer window still has time remaining and Red Bulls can do a deal now despite the Scottish window closing at midnight on February 1.

It is understood Harper has agreed to a multi-year contract.

Harper made his first-team debut in Celtic's 1-1 draw with Hibs earlier this season following a Covid-19 breakout.

He becomes the latest promising Parkhead talent to leave after Liam Morrison to Bayern Munich, Liam Hughes to Liverpool and Josh Adam to Manchester City.

Sheffield United are the latest club to be interested, meanwhile, in academy kid Daniel Kelly.