Report: Carlton Cole set for Celtic exit

Celtic's Carlton Cole

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is looking to reshuffle his forward line at Celtic.

Celtic's Carlton Cole

According to a report in the Daily Express, Carlton Cole is heading towards the exit at Celtic.

Brendan Rodgers is looking to reshuffle his forward line at Parkhead, and he has already made changes.

Colin Kazim-Richards is set to leave Celtic to join Coritiba, and it seems that Cole could follow him out of the exit door.

Celtic's Carlton Cole (R) scores their second goal

The former West ham United striker only moved to the Glasgow club in October 2015, but he has failed to make much of an impression.

Cole could not displace Leigh Griffiths in Celtic’s starting line-up, and he only scored once for the Bhoys this past season.

Cole did not even make a start for Celtic in the Scottish Premiership, and he has not played since January.

Celtic's Carlton Cole celebrates at the end of the match

The target man may have hoped that a change of manager at Parkhead would have helped him gain more first-team opportunities, but it is reported that Rodgers has deemed him surplus to requirements.

Celtic have been linked with Danny Graham and Steven Fletcher, as they look to bolster their attacking options.

Celtic's new signing Carlton Cole shakes the hand of a fan before the game

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