Could Brendan Rodgers bring Premier League-winning Swansea City man to Celtic?

New Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is presented to the fans after the press conference

The Bhoys boss is prone to reunions. Could he organise another at Parkhead?

Celtic - Brendan Rodgers Press Conference

If recent reports are anything to go by, Brendan Rodgers is keen to add a winger to his newly-acquired Celtic squad.

According to the Mail, the Bhoys are leading the race for Wales star Hal Robson-Kanu, while HITC sources understand that Crawley's Gwion Edwards is another potential target.

Both players are linked to Rodgers, who gave Robson-Kanu his senior debut at Reading and was Edwards' manager at Swansea City.

Wales' Hal Robson-Kanu celebrates at the end of the matchWales' Robson-Kanu after Saturday's 2-1 win against Slovakia

The Northern Irishman, of course, is prone to a reunion: He signed Watford's Jobi McAnuff for Reading having made the move himself, took former Royals midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson to Swansea and is responsible for Joe Allen's transfer from the Liberty Stadium to Liverpool.

So could he line up another in the shape of Nathan Dyer? The 28-year-old was a key member of Rodgers' Swansea side, which gained promotion via the Championship play-offs and established itself as a regular top-half contender in the Premier League.

Newcastle's Vurnon Anita in action with Swansea's Nathan DyerDyer (L) won the Premier League with Leicester last season

However, after a season on loan at Leicester City, in which he appeared 13 times en route to an unlikely league title, Dyer returns to Swansea both out of favour and out of contract in 12 months' time - which could spell a bargain for Celtic.

With nearly 150 appearances in the English Premier League, European experience and pace to burn, Dyer, and not Robson-Kanu or Edwards, would be the perfect Rodgers reunion.

Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers (C) celebrates with Wayne Routledge (L) and Nathan Dyer after the matchRodgers celebrates with Ashley Williams (L) and Dyer at Swansea

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