Report: Arsenal watched Celtic’s Tom Rogic against England

Tomas Rogic celebrates with teammates  after scoring the second goal for Celtic

Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer transfer window, was in action for Australia against England at the Stadium of Light on Friday.

Tomas Rogic celebrates with teammates  after scoring the second goal for Celtic

Arsenal watched Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic in action for Australia against England on Friday evening, according to The Glasgow Evening Times.

The 23-year-old featured for Australia against England in a friendly international at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland.

The former Central Coast Mariners man started the game and played for 73 minutes, as Ange Postecoglou’s side lost 2-1.

England's Chris Smalling in action with Australia's Tomas Rogic

“Arsenal had Rogic watched again – and have been closely on his trail for the last 12 months,” states the report in The Glasgow Evening Times.

It has also been reported that Serie A outfit Fiorentina and Spanish club Valencia are interested in securing the services of Rogic as well, and that they watched the midfielder in action for Australia against England on Friday evening.

Dedryck Boyata celebrates with Tom Rogic after scoring the second goal for Celtic

Rogic had a successful 2015-16 season for Celtic and was an important player in the Bhoys winning the Scottish Premiership title yet again.

The Australia international has recovered fully from his injury problems and is getting back to his best.

The former Belconnen United man scored 10 goals in 38 league matches for the Hoops this past season.

Rogic has been on the books of Celtic since 2013 and has a contract until June 2017.

St Johnstone's Dave MacKay (R) and David Wotherspoon (L) in action with Celtic's Tom Rogic

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