The teenage goalkeeper is highly rated in the Republic of Ireland.
Celtic have plenty of promising young players, including Irish defender Fiacre Kelleher. The Republic of Ireland under-19 star is highly rated by the staff at the club as well as the fans who follow the youth set-up intently.
His performances for the youth set-up have certainly impressed and now his brother has also come across the waters.
Unfortunately he will not be playing for Celtic.
It was confirmed earlier in the week that his little brother Caoimhin Kelleher has also departed the Republic of Ireland, but to play in England, with Liverpool.
The 16-year-old was formerly at Ringmahon Rangers and they confirmed the news on Twitter with this message.
A youth international goalkeeper he will be hoping to make it big at Anfield in the years to come, while Fiacre continues to impress at Celtic Park.
Liverpool have had several successful players from Ireland in the past and are a very popular choice of favourite club among Irish fans because of the close proximity and ferry links between Liverpool and Dublin.
Kelleher will be hoping to become a big hit on Merseyside.