BRENDAN RODGERS gave an insight into how he and he club go about bringing players in during the transfer window.
The Celtic manager has been up against it this summer with the club failing to secure the stars he and his scouting team identified.
Rodgers must sound like a broken record but he has always maintained he could have signed a lot of players already but the team didn’t need a major overhaul and he’s only interested in adding quality.
These parameters, when you’re looking for specific players with unique skill sets can make it hard for Celtic with the budget they have.
Brendan Rodgers is still hopeful of landing one or two players before next weeks deadline but has always maintained he will not sign someone for the sake of it.
The window will close next week and with so much work that goes into a transfer deal, it will be a hard task but Rodgers admits he will have a big say.
“I will be heavily involved. Any recruitment is always about identification of the player. Then you try to bring it together with wages and transfer fees.
“I will obviously be involved on the periphery of it in terms of the player and his suitability. But it’s a collective thing, the way we work here. Let’s hope we can do something.”