The 18-year-old signed a four-year contract with the Hoops on transfer deadline day and is expected to feature in manager Neil Lennon’s first-team, providing cover and stiff competition for Moritz Bauer.
The Dutch youngster helped City reach the under-21s the Checkatrade Trophy last eight, and he also impressed as the under-18s reached the FA Youth Cup final.
However, Celtic believe he has all it takes to play first-team football this season, and it will be interesting to see how he fares.
Frimpong first caught the eyes of the Scottish Premiership giants during a game against their Under-23s, and is without a doubt an exciting talent.
So, it is not surprising that Man. City inserted a sell-on clause that entitles them to 30% of any fee he commands anytime he leaves Parkhead.
The Celtic full-back can also play on the wings, and having spent nine years in City’s academy prior to signing, he definitely brings loads of quality to the table.