Celtic trial for Australian international midfielder Tom Rogic
The Central Coast Mariners player will link up with Neil Lennon's squad in Marbella.
Australian international midfielder Tom Rogic will link up with Celtic at their winter training camp in Spain.
The Central Coast Mariners player, who turned 20 in December, has enjoyed a rapid rise down under, having only moved to the A-League side in January last year.
Making his debut a month later, Rogic has since made 28 club appearances, scoring five goals
He made his international debut in a friendly with South Korea in November, before going on to play in four games at the East Asian Cup, which included a 9-0 win over Guam and 8-0 victory over Chinese Taipei.
Rogic has six months left to run on his deal with the Mariners, but Celtic have made no indication if they would consider a permanent move for the player.
Speaking to the Sunday Morning Herald, Mariners' director of football, Scottish-born Lawrie McKinna, said: "This is a great opportunity for Tomas to train with Celtic's first team squad.
"Celtic are in their mid-season break and are busy preparing for their Champions League matches against Juventus starting in February.
"Tom will undoubtedly learn a lot from the experience."
Rogic was also linked with a trial at English Premier League side Reading this month but decided instead to take up the option of a one-week stint with Neil Lennon's men.