Ange Postecoglou’s side will lock horns with Scottish Championship outfit Raith Rovers in the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup at Celtic Park on Thursday.
Looking ahead to his side’s trip to Parkhead, Rovers boss McGlynn, who previously spent time as a scout for Celtic, has picked out Australia international Rogic as one of the Hoops’ major threats.
McGlynn explained that Rogic appears to have got a new lease of life at Celtic and is of the view that the 28-year-old is currently playing at the top of his game.
The 59-year-old also pointed out how Celtic have players like David Turnbull, Callum McGregor, Ismaila Soro, James McCarthy and Mikey Johnston in their ranks and admitted that it is hard to predict the Hoops’ line-up on Thursday.
“He [Rogic] seems to have got a new lease of life“, McGlynn told RaithTV.
“He is playing at the top of his game right now.
“He is a massive threat in midfield, with Turnbull, with Callum McGregor getting back, they’ve got Soro, they’ve got McCarthy.
“There are a number of players that can play in there.
“Mikey Johnston was on the bench at the weekend, Mikey is a great player, he could start the game.
“They have got a number of players who could come back into the reckoning for the game.
“So, difficult to pick their team, you’d normally have a go at trying to pick the team, but I think the shape is going to be similar.
“It is a going to be a 4-2-3-1, a 4-3-3, so that’s what we have got to have to prepare for, set ourselves up to play against and be ready for.“
Having beaten Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen in the previous round of the Scottish League Cup, McGlynn and co will be hopeful of repeating the trick against Celtic.