Brendan Rodgers is reportedly set to become Celtic's next manager.
With Brendan Rodgers reportedly set to become Celtic’s next manager, we take a look at three Liverpool players he could take with him to Parkhead.
Canos’ future at Liverpool is currently firmly up in the air, with contract talks dragging on between the two parties.
Liverpool want to tie the youngster down on a new deal, but they are refusing to pay the £9,000-a-week wages that he wants (Independent).
A host of Championship sides have been linked with Canos, who is an exciting attacking midfielder, but Celtic could have an advantage, if Rodgers is in charge.
Canos was on loan at Brentford this season, and the 19-year-old scored seven times in 38 appearances.
Celtic would have to back Rodgers with funds if they were to get a transfer for Ibe completed, but it could be a possibility.
Ibe and Rodgers are known to have enjoyed a strong relationship during their time together at Anfield, but since Jurgen Klopp has taken charge the youngster has found first-team chances hard to come by.
Ibe has made just seven Premier League starts in the entirety of 2016, and his progress seems to have stalled.
If Celtic did manage to persuade Ibe to move it would be a hugely exciting transfer, and his arrival would highlight the Bhoys’ ambition.
Ilori was signed for Liverpool by Rogers, but the Portuguese defender appears to have a limited future with the Reds.
The 23-year-old has made just three senior appearances for Liverpool, but he is still regarded as a bright prospect.
Celtic are likely to be in the market for a defender this summer, and Ilori could be a good fit at Parkhead, given his natural ability in possession.