Celtic have taken to their official website to announce the first summer transfer of Scotland under-21 right-back.
A report from the club official website read:
“ANTHONY Ralston has joined Dundee United on an emergency loan until the end of this season.
“The 19-year-old defender joins the Championship side, who are currently third in the table, and who have three vital home games in the next week – Inverness Caley Thistle on Saturday, followed by Queen of the South and Dunfermline Athletic.
“Anthony made his Celtic debut back in May 2016, when he came on as a substitute against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park, and he has gone on to make 10 top-team appearances. Earlier this season he scored his first goal for the Hoops, netting in the 5-0 League Cup victory over Kilmarnock at Celtic Park back in August.
“Everyone wishes Anthony every successful for the remainder of this season with Dundee United.”
Ralston according to BBC signed a four-year deal with Celtic back in December. However, he has not played first-team football since coming on a substitute against Dundee on 20 September, with a knee problem troubling him.