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Defender Thomas Rogne remains uncertain over his future as his contract with Celtic comes to an end next month.

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Thomas Rogne: Has been troubled with injuries during his three-and-a-half years

Thomas Rogne: Has been troubled with injuries during his three-and-a-half years

The stylish 22-year-old centre-back has been hampered by a string of injuries since arriving at Celtic Park three-and-a-half years ago.

And the Norway U21 international has turned down a couple of offers from Celtic to extend his stay in Glasgow.

Rogne is in Israel with his country for the U21 European Championship, where he hopes to start against the host nation, Italy and England in the group stages of the competition.

When asked about his future, Rogne said: "The only thing to do is to play U21 Championship for Norway. The rest we will take later.

"It's basically a perfect showcase. Doing well down there, it's a very nice window. But it can go both ways, you could also make a bad championship."

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