Andy Halliday has told Open Goal’s Right In The Coupon that Brendan Rodgers might look to lure Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard to Leicester City in the summer – with the Frenchman expected to leave the Hoops come the summer.
Edouard, 23, has finally rediscovered his form – netting eight goals in his last six Scottish Premiership fixtures, finding the back of the net in all of those outings. He has risen to the top of the Scottish Premiership goalscoring rankings.
The former PSG striker has netted 19 goals in 29 games for Celtic, and now boasts stats of 80 in 157 appearances – while also laying on 35 assists. A move in the summer, though, is expected as Celtic look to plan a rebuild following losing 10 in a row.
Discussing the striker’s future at Celtic and the kind of club he could join, ex-Rangers man and current Hearts midfielder Halliday suggested that Edouard is good enough to play in the top six – and reckons Rodgers will look to sign him.