Sunderland have reportedly made an attempt to sign Celtic star on a loan deal, according to reports from the Scottish Sun.
The newly appointed Sunderland boss Jack Ross, was in charge of St Mirren last season where he was before joining Celtic back in January, only for them to return him to St Mirren Park for the remainder of the campaign.
The winger is yet to play for Celtic in any competition, but is said to be looking forward to the prospect of making it to the Hoops lineup someday, although there is a chance he could be ship out of club (on loan) to gain more experience somewhere else.
Ross is hoping to take Morgan with him to Sunderland, where he will be under huge pressure in making sure the club make it back to the Championship in his first season in-charge.
The club suddenly finds itself field with player who play out wide, despite the loss of Chaly Musonda who left for his parent club earlier in the summer.
Morgan who came off the bench for Scotland against Peru and Mexico last week, will be keen on making it to Celtic’s first-team fold, but should that look unlikely, Sunderland may still be able to sign him.
Rodgers has once told Ross that any decision on the winger’s future will not be made until mid-July, when enough time has been given to assess the Hoops squad ahead of the new season.