Jack Hendry - After a hard start to his Celtic career, Hendry is now the fifth choice at centre-back, therefore a loan spell would be beneficial for the former Dundee man and allow him to build his confidence in some less high-pressure games.
Albion hope their second-ever most expensive signing behind Nacer Chadli will return from Parkhead a better player, and Burke believes he's at the ideal place to develop.
Defensive options are threadbare as it is, and the future of Dedryck Boyata is uncertain.
"But he needs to play in the next part of the season, so he'll probably go out on loan". "We need to make sure we rectify that going forward".
But Rodgers insists Scotland pair Hendry and Morgan still have a future at the club despite limited first-team exposure in recent months.
The manager admits throwing Hendry into such big games, such as Champions League qualifiers, was a steep learning curve for the youngster.
Rodgers twice said yesterday that John Beaton's performance at Ibrox was not why his team lost to Rangers for the first time since he strolled into town.
"He has really good qualities technically, and tactically is always improving his game".
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At the time it seemed a £6 million deal had the potential to bring the 23-year-old to Glasgow but now the longer this rumour drags on, the less likely it seems Celtic will win his signature. Not just against Rangers but if you are not at your best against a few teams you are not going to get the result you want.
"Lewis just joined the club in the last six months". That's something we've spoken about and we'd be keen to do. You saw a flawless example of it with Ryan Christie.
Mulumbu has only made three starts since his move to Celtic.
"And when you come back in and you get your opportunity you've got to take it".
Elabdellaoui is now firmly on the Parkhead radar as the hunt for a long-term replacement for Mikael Lustig is stepped up.
Elabdellaoui began his career with Skeid in his homeland before joining Manchester City in 2008.