Celtic are in 'advanced talks' to reappoint former boss Brendan Rodgers.

The 50-year-old has an incredibly successful spell at Parkhead from 2016 until 2019, winning seven trophies before joining Leicester City.

Lifting the FA Cup with the Foxes, the former Liverpool boss was sacked and the former Premier League winners went on to succumb to Championship relegation.

Suffering injury as a youth player with Reading, Rodgers spent years as a coach in the Academy set-up before being poached by Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.

Returning in 2009 to replace the legendary Steve Coppell, the Northern Irishman lasted just 23 matches, winning six of them, before he was sacked.

Enjoying great success at Swansea City, including beating Brian McDermott's Royals at Wembley in the play-offs, Rodgers remains a promising British coach.

According to BBC, "no deal has been done at this point" but he is their number one to replace Ange Postecolgou after the Aussie moved to Tottenham Hotspur.