Thank the heavens for the Welsh heroes at EURO 2016. They’re literally the ONLY thing keeping Britain in Europe these days
Such is the Herculean nature of their efforts, the spotlight is on pretty much every member of Chris Coleman’s squad, other than just Gareth Bale for once.
Far from a one man team anymore, the Dragons are pushing on into the semi-finals, with every individual seeing his stock rise with every passing game.
One of those is right-back Chris Gunter, who according to the Daily Mail, is a target for new Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers.
The 26-year old is believed to have a £1m buyout clause inserted into his deal with Reading and the Hoops chief views him as an ideal candidate to fill his right-back berth.
Chris Davies, who worked with the Welshman with the Royals, is assistant boss in Glasgow and is thought to have given the ex-Liverpool coach rave reviews.
A stunning campaign thus far, the former Nottingham Forest man has been one of Wales’ stalwarts as they gear up for their clash with a Cristiano Ronaldo led Portugal on Wednesday.
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