4-2-3-1 with four new signings: Here's how Celtic's team could look next season

Celtic - Brendan Rodgers Press Conference

Brendan Rodgers is expected to make a number of signings for Celtic this summer.

Celtic - Brendan Rodgers Press Conference

With the summer transfer window edging closer, we take a look at how Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic team could look next season.

Goalkeeper: Craig Gordon

Gordon looks likely to keep his place in Celtic’s team, after having two solid seasons at Parkhead.

Right-back: Andre Wisdom

Andre Wisdom - England

Celtic have been heavily linked with the Liverpool defender, and he could shore up the right-hand side of their defence.

Centre-back: Eric Sviatchenko

Sviatchenko has made a bright start to his Celtic career, and he should fit in well with Rodgers’ style, given his ability in possession.

Centre-back: Steven Taylor

Celtic are said to be interested in the centre-back, following his release from Newcastle.

Taylor held talks with Rangers yesterday, but the Daily Mail say that Mark Warburton’s side will not be making an offer, leaving Celtic free to land the centre-back.

Left-back: Kieran Tierney

One of the breakthrough stars of last season, Tierney will surely keep his place in Celtic’s team.

Defensive midfield: Scott Brown

There are some question marks over Brown’s place at Celtic now, but his leadership abilities cannot be underestimated.

Defensive midfield: Nir Bitton

Bitton did not have the best of campaigns for Celtic last term, but he remains a talent and if Rodgers can convince him to stay, he could have a key part to play.

Left-wing: Robert Snodgrass

Hull's Robert Snodgrass

Snodgrass was one of the first players linked with Celtic after Rodgers arrived, and he would be an exciting addition for the Parkhead club.

Attacking midfield: Tom Rogic

The Australian international came to the fore last season, and looks to have a very bright future at Celtic.

Right-wing: Patrick Roberts

Roberts showed what he could do towards the end of last season, and the Manchester City winger is likely to play a prominent role next term.

Striker: Leigh Griffiths / Danny Graham

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates after scoring their second goal

Griffiths had a wonderful goalscoring season for Celtic last season and looks to continue as the Glasgow side’s main man, but Graham could provide able cover if he signs.

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