Brendan Rodgers has transformed Celtic into a powerful team that has not tasted defeat in 24 matches of domestic competition. After 19 matches in the Scottish Premiership, Celtic are in first place with 18 wins and 1 draw, with the most goals scored, and least goals allowed.
Domestically, Celtic seem unstoppable and no team in Scotland can come close to besting Brenda Rodgers’ squad. However, there is definitely room for improvement, as Celtic crashed out of the Champions League group stage with no wins, ending out bottom of Group C. Yes, it was a very difficult group, but it has to be disappointing to not even salvage a third place spot.
What can Rodgers do this January to improve his squad? Here are the three major problems Celtic must fix (Click Next)…
1. Better Quality in Midfield
Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong have been playing quite well this season, but apart from these two quality midfielders, there is no one else who can truly compete at a Champions League level.
Although Callum McGregor and Nir Bitton are good for the domestic competitions, they are no where near to Brown & Armstrong. Brenda Rodgers needs to bring in a midfielder who can truly fight with Brown & Armstrong for a starting spot to keep the whole midfield motivated.