Marcus Browne should pick Celtic over Rangers amid reported interest

Celtic fans celebrate their team winning the Scottish Cup during the Scottish Cup Final between Heart of Midlothian FC and Celtic FC at Hampden Park on May 25, 2019 in Glasgow, Scotland.

West Ham United's Marcus Browne is reportedly attracting interest from Glasgow duo Celtic & Rangers.

Marcus Browne of West Ham United during Training at Rush Green on May 10, 2019 in Romford, England.

West Ham United's attacking prospect Marcus Browne is drawing the attention of Celtic and Rangers who are keen on his services, according to Goal. 

The 21-year-old was on loan at Oxford United last season, and he is now looking to take the next step in his career and he shouldn't hesitate in picking Celtic over Old Firm rivals Rangers. 

The Scottish Premiership champions will be gunning for their ninth straight title next season, and if he opts to switch to Parkhead instead of Ibrox, then he could find his name going into the history books. 

 

Added with that, given the high level of experience at Celtic, Browne would be able to take his game to the next level, both on and off the pitch, with the likes of Neil Lennon and Scott Brown being a great benchmark for the versatile attacker. 

Plus, he'll be playing alongside some of the best attacking talents in Scotland from Callum McGregor to the 2018/19 PFA Player of the Year, James Forrest. 

Browne can play a variety of attacking roles which will suit Celtic down to the ground from his ability to play in behind or drift out wide. 

Sergi Canos of Brentford is fouled by Marcus Browne of Oxford United during the FA Cup Third Round match between Brentford and Oxford United at Griffin Park on January 5, 2019 in Brentford,...

During the recently concluded campaign at League One side Oxford, Browne played 44 games in all competitions, scoring nine goals and supplying five assists. 

The West Ham academy product was utilised in behind the striker, on both flanks, and even on occaions, he was used in a forward role by his manager.  

Regardless of which destination Brown chooses, he will be bringing a great deal of talent, promise and threat as he continues his surge up the ladder. 

Marcus Browne of West Ham United in action during the Premier League 2 match between West Ham United and Sunderland at Chigwell Construction Stadium on February 5, 2018 in Dagenham,...

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