Brendan Rodgers has revealed that Kris Commons has got a big decision to make about whether to return to Hibs.
The midfielder has returned to Celtic after a successful 28 day loan with the Edinburgh side and is out of contract at the end of the season.
Commons is one of the highest earners at Celtic but would have to take a massive pay cut if he moved to Hibs.
Celtic could subsidise that for the remainder of this season but with his business head on it seems that the Celtic boss will be holding on to Commons for the remainder of this season.
“Kris has been back training with us,” Rodgers told The Sun today. “Nothing new to report, he went out and it looks like he did very well for Neil and Hibs.
“I believe that Hibs would like to keep him but Kris has to have a think because it is not just about the next six months, it is about the next few years so everything has to be right for him.”
It’s believed that Commons has offers to play in Australia and the United States but must balance that up with his family needs.
With three young kids settled in the Glasgow area staying in Scotland would be the logical choice but at the age of 33 Commons may feel that there is still one big football move to make.