Celtic look to have passed on Danny Graham with Blackburn Rovers putting the striker through a medical this afternoon.

The 30-year-old striker had intimated that he wanted to team up with Brendan Rodgers agin after working with the new Celtic boss at Watford and Swansea. However, it looks as though it will be Blackburn with Owen Coyle where he will be plying his trade next season.

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The forward who spent most of his last four years as a Sunderland player out on loan, including Blackburn Rovers - where he spent the latter half on loan last season, netting seven goals in 18 games.

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Meanwhile, Celtic have also been linked with a move for 26-year-old Matty Taylor who scored 27 league goals for Bristol Rovers last season in League Two.

The striker has had an unfashionable rise in the professional game after honing his career in non-league football.