TOM ROGIC, one of Brendan Rodgers’ Invincibles during Celtic’s glorious undefeated treble-winning 2016/17 season, is still on the look-out for a new club.

The stylish 30-year-old Australian midfielder was released by West Brom at the end of the season after the Midlands club failed to gain promotion to the English top flight.

Rogic was signed by Steve Bruce in September last year, but the Hawthorns boss was sacked a month later after eight winless games in the Championship.

INVINCIBLE…Tom Rogic celebrates after sealing the memorable 2016/17 campaign with the late Scottish Cup winner against Aberdeen at Hampden.

The one-time Manchester United central defender was replaced by Carlos Corberan and the Spaniard did not take up the 12-month option in the former Hoops fans’ favourite’s contract, as CQN reported in May.

Now, for the second successive summer, Rogic finds himself without a club after being out of the game for four months following his release by Ange Postecoglou following the Greek-Australian’s debut campaign in charge at Parkhead.

The classy playmaker bade an emotional farewell to the Celtic support when he made his final appearance in the 6-0 win over Motherwell on May 14 last year when the team were presented with their tenth Premiership title in 11 years.

Rogic will be forever remembered when he sealed the club’s unstoppabe crusade when he netted a breathtaking solo goal for the Scottish Cup winner on May 27 2017.

The ex-Hoops ace scored twice in 23 games across all competitions for the Midlands club.

Now the search for a new club continues for the iconic Celt.

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