Celtic fans will be dissapointed losing Brendan Rodgers to Arsenal this summer.
Arsene Wenger announced that he stepping down as the Gunners boss at the end of the season and the Northern Irishman is widely touted as the man fit enough to replace the Frenchman at the Emirates this summer.
If this happens, then Celtic will need to scout for another manager capable of winning 10 Scottish Premiership titles in a row, with Rodgers on the brink of delivering the club’s seventh successive top-flight crown.
And should Rodgers replacement be current West Ham United boss David Moyes ?
According to HITC, Moyes’ future with the Hammers is very much in doubt and it wouldn’t be a major surprise if he gets sacked and replaced by someone else when the seasons finishes, irrespective of the fact that he looks set to win the club’s battle to stay in the Premier League.
Celtic fans might baulk at the suggestion but, like Rodgers, Moyes has a strong affinity for the Hoops and told The Liverpool Echo in 2010 that he planned on managing the Scottish giants one day.
Where is he going to go if West Ham don’t keep him on? It’s either another Premier League club who will replace him as soon as someone better comes along, the Championship, or the chance to lead his boyhood club to history.
He would certainly consider Celtic, but would they consider him? Time will tell.