So, Brendan Rodgers has left Celtic for Leicester City.
Rodgers was on the verge of leading Celtic to a triple-treble but has decided to return to the Premier League to replace Claude Puel.
Celtic fans may well be left annoyed at Rodgers’ departure at such a crucial stage of the season - especially when Leicester have very little to play for until now and the end of the season.
But now, Neil Lennon has been brought back to Celtic Park until the end of the season.
While Celtic fans are reacting angrily to Rodgers’ decision to leave Celtic, a certain Moussa Dembele also piped up on Twitter.
Dembele has posted a number of cryptic tweets after reports emerged that Rodgers may join Leicester.
And when it was confirmed, the former Celtic striker tweeted: “#AndIfYouDontKnowNowYouKnow #IToldYou.”
He followed that up with a clip of Muhammed Ali and his famous ‘Rumble of the Jungle’ speech where he says: “Everybody stop talking now, attention. I told you all of my critics, I told you all."
Rodgers preached loyalty and slammed Dembele’s lack of loyalty in the summer when he left Celtic for Lyon.
That led Dembele to tweet: “Don’t get it wrong Bhoys and Ghirls nothing to do with people who really care about the club @CelticFC. Too much love and respect for you and the crest #CarefulWhoYouCallTheLeaderOfYours."
It was attached with a picture that read: “A lie has many variations, the truth none.”
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