Moss has been appointed Huddersfield Town’s new director of football after leaving Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic.

Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium

A chance to spend Huddersfield Town’s new-found millions is what lured chief scout David Moss away from Celtic, according to the Sun.

The Terriers will be a Premier League side next season and one that’s perhaps in need of strengthening if it’s to avoid an instant return to the second tier.

So could their new director of football return to Parkhead for players? Here’s three who could feature on Moss’ list…

Stuart Armstrong

Armstrong recently completed the best season of his career to date, in which he established himself as a key player at Celtic, won three trophies and earned his first Scotland caps. The 25-year-old is out of contract next summer, however, and is yet to sign a new deal with the Bhoys. Everton and Brighton have already been linked with moves, and a switch to Huddersfield could be on the cards if the Terriers cannot bring Aaron Mooy back from Manchester City.

Patrick Roberts

Speaking of City, the Premier League giants have another loanee’s future to decide in Roberts. The 20-year-old excelled at Celtic over the past 18 months, but a spell in England’s top flight may be his next port of call. Huddersfield could be among the many potential suitors with Izzy Brown and Kasey Palmer on temporary deals themselves.

Leigh Griffiths

Huddersfield have already been linked with moves for Fraizer Campbell and Ashley Fletcher this week, suggesting a goalscorer is one of David Wagner’s top priorities this summer. Griffiths could be a better bet, however, having scored 18 goals this past campaign, despite often playing second fiddle to Moussa Dembele, and the 26-year-old has already been tipped for the Celtic exit door.

Which Celtic players could you see following Moss to Huddersfield?

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