Christopher Jullien has shown off an impressive commemorative medal supplied by Celtic. The defender left Celtic for Montpellier last summer in a deal worth £1m but was part of the side that completed the Quadruple Treble in 2019/2020 under Neil Lennon.
Taking to Instagram, Jullien revealed that he had discovered the medal while cleaning his house. Curiously, the medal appears to commemorate the Treble Treble, secured in May 2019 when Lennon guided the club to another Treble after Brendan Rodgers departure for Leicester City.
After arriving for £7m from Toulouse in the summer of 2019, Jullien was a mainstay in the Quadruple Treble side before an injury in the December of 2020 put the brakes on his career. Ange Postecoglou’s arrival and his return to fitness saw limited game time on the park with a cameo against Raith Rovers all the Frenchman could show for the previous campaign.
The player has made 62 appearances in his time at Celtic, winning three trophies at his time at the club. Impressively, he scored ten goals in his time at the club, including that late winner over Lazio and then the Cup Final win over Rangers.