CELTIC have made a dramatic move to * Republic of Ireland midfielder Luca Connell from Premier League clubs. Wolves, Norwich and Sheffield United have shown clear interest in taking the Bolton youngster this summer and paying training compensation. But the Scottish champions can sign the 18-year-old for a much lower cross-border tribunal fee as he would move away from England. Neil Lennon wants to add Connell - who was called up to the Ireland squad two weeks ago - to his squad for next season after his stunning start to senior football. The central midfielder is still a third-year scholar at Bolton and impressed despite relegation to League One amid a financial crisis at the club. He can still switch countries to England but has told Mick McCarthy he is committed to Ireland following his call-up. Southampton and Brighton are also interested and had bids rejected in January. Rangers were also reported to be among clubs interested in the Bolton starlet after an impressive season with the Trotters.