COMMENT By Will Butcher
Brendan Rodgers would see his Celtic side secure another treble in Scotland next season if he can win the race to sign Bournemouth attacker Max Gradel.
The Daily Mail claim the 29-year-old is interesting a whole host of clubs including relegated Championship side Sunderland as well as Ligue 1 outfit Toulouse, and is now set to leave.
Sunderland boss Simon Grayson worked with the 55-time Ivory Coast international during his time as manager of Leeds, where Gradel played for two years between 2009 and 2011.
However, his future at the Vitality Stadium looks all but over after making just 13 league and cup appearances last season for the Cherries.
Celtic are still in with a shout of qualifying for the Champions League if they can beat Rosenborg in Norway, and will need to make top-quality additions if they do reach the group stages.
Football Insider considers how the former St. Etienne attacker would be the perfect signing on Parkhead, including how he would be a major improvement on this 26-year-old: