Celtic manager Neill Lennon has acknowledged that attacking midfielder Tom Rogic, a Socceroo, needs playing time.
"Tom Rogic obviously has the [FIFA] World Cup and we have to be mindful of that but for us we need to get him playing football," Lennon said, as per SBS The World Game. "There might be loan options there and if it’s right we'll look at it."
Rogic should consider staying in Europe if he wants to play a main part in Australia's World Cup.
Perhaps consider options in the Eredivisie or 2. Bundesliga.
He could return to his former club Central Coast Mariners if he was willing to sacrifice his salary, according to Mariners manager Phil Moss.
"The sort of money he's on at Celtic and the sort of money that Arnie [Graham Arnold] is no doubt throwing at him will probably put us out of the equation," Moss said, as per Dominic Bossi at The Sydney Morning Herald.
"If nothing works out for Tommy and he picked up the phone and said he desperately needs some games to put him back in World Cup calculations then it becomes realistic."
Arnold, Rogic's former manager at the Mariners, is the current manager of J. League club Vegalta Sendai and is interested in signing Rogic, as per that Bossi report from The Sydney Morning Herald.