Celtic have just completed an unbeaten domestic season, winning the Scottish Premiership, the Scottish League Cup and the Scottish Cup without losing a single game. It’s fair to say Brendan Rodgers has had a profound impact at the club.
Now the Hoops are targeting a place in the last 16 of the Champions League. Is that a realistic aim for the Scottish champions considering their resources in comparison to the rest of Europe? Where do they need to strengthen to compete with the very best? Do they need to strengthen at all?
Graham Ruthven is joined by Scott McClymont and Grant Russell to discuss where Celtic go from here after such an unprecedented season of success.
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