Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has paid tribute to his Hoops team-mates and the club’s support after the Bhoys made history by winning the domestic treble for the second season in a row.
The 21-year-old Frenchman was a star for the Hoops in the 2-0 Scottish Cup Final win over Motherwell, and he took to his personal Twitter account to react to another successful season for the Bhoys.
“What a weekend that was! Historical, emotional, unbelievable. Double treble and the reception after the game. This club is special, the fans are special! Is this how it feels to be Celtic? I’m loving it” he said.
What a week end that was ! Historical, emotional, unbelievable… DOUBLE TREBLE and the reception after the game…😳😱😍. This club is special, the fans are special ! Is this how it feels to be @CelticFC 🎼..? I’m loving it 😊🍀⚽ @dembelition
— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele_10) May 20, 2018
Dembele had struggled with injuries at times this season, but he looked back to his best in the won over Motherwell and ended the season with 16 goals after making 39 appearances, as he once more established himself as a mainstay of the Hoops side.
Football Insider verdict
This is all very nice from Dembele, but he has written these kind of Tweets before, so it is not worth reading that much into them and his future plans. After his great performance in the Scottish Cup Final, you would imagine that any watching clubs would be impressed and may well consider making a bid for the 21-year-old. The player has been a big success in his two seasons with the Hoops, although this season he hasn’t been as impressive as he was last season. But despite this, he still has a big future in the game, and it would not be a surprise if bids were made for the Frenchman in the summer transfer window. Brendan Rodgers and the Hoops board would then have a big decision to make about the striker, as his contract is set to run out in two years’ time and it might be worth cashing in on the player to bring in some new talent.
In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers has revealed that the Hoops won’t spend big in the summer