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Rogic loan to be looked at

Celtic boss Neil Lennon is open to the idea of letting midfielder Tomas Rogic leave on loan if the right offer comes his way.

Last Updated: 09/01/14 at 13:54 Post Comment

Tomas Rogic: Needs game time to keep World Cup dream alive

Tomas Rogic: Needs game time to keep World Cup dream alive

Rogic has struggled for game time this term and, with the World Cup just around the corner, the Australia international is concerned he may be overlooked by Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou for the trip to Brazil.

A-League's Central Coast Mariners and Japanese outfit Vegalta Sendai have reportedly shown an interest in the 21 year-old, and Lennon is willing to let him go if the offer suits all parties.

"There might be loan options there and if it's right we'll look at it," he said on The World Game.

"Tom Rogic obviously has the World Cup and we have to be mindful of that but for us we need to get him playing football."

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