Rodgers should monitor battle between Brown and Celtic target Kamara
Celtic face Dundee this weekend in a battle of top against bottom in the Scottish Premiership.
With Celtic top of the league and at home, you would not expect them to slip up against relegation-threatened Dundee.
But this match is also the perfect chance for Brendan Rodgers to go on a scouting mission.
Glen Kamara has been linked with a move to Celtic, according to The Daily Mail.
And he could earn the chance to be Scott Brown’s successor if he impresses against the Celtic skipper this weekend.
Brown is out of contract at the end of the season and The Scottish Sun reports that he might move to Western Melbourne, who play in the Australian A-League.
Celtic will therefore be looking for a new central midfielder to take the club forward in the future.
Kamara could be the perfect man for the job after impressing in action for Dundee over the past two seasons.
The 23-year-old has been the standout performer for Dundee in a dire season which could end in relegation.
And with his contract expiring in the summer, Dundee are pressured into selling the Finland international in January.
Celtic might be able to secure a cut-price deal for the ex-Arsenal midfielder this January.
And Kamara could earn himself a move if he impresses Celtic this weekend.
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