CELTIC striker Odsonne Edouard has been named as one of the top 100 teenagers in the world. 

FourFourTwo magazine has teamed up with the makers of Football Manager to compile a comprehensive list of the most talented starlets in world football. 

Edouard, who arrived at Celtic Park on loan from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, has struggled for game time under Brendan Rodgers, making just five appearances in all competitions so far. 

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However, the 19-year-old has come in at number 91 in the list due to his pedigree at youth level for club and country. 

FourFourTwo's Michael Yokhin writes: "A tall, burly striker born in French Guiana, Edouard has already achieved quite a lot.

"He was top scorer at the 2015 European U17 Championship with eight goals – the best-ever record in the competition – and then produced some sterling performances for PSG in the UEFA Youth League as they reached the final in 2016. Edouard scored his first Ligue 1 goal last season while on loan at Toulouse.

"This term he could become a key player for Celtic, and found the net on his Scottish Premiership debut.

"Highlight so far: His hat-trick in the 4-1 win over Germany in the final of the 2015 U17 Euros was phenomenal, and Edouard was rightfully selected as the best player of the tournament."