Lenny tells Weah to collect his things and go home rather than be part of the game on Sunday

TIMO WEAH has indeed left Celtic and has taken to social media to post this emotional farewell to The Celtic Family who took him to our hearts since his arrival at the start of the year.

“To all my Celtic Fans, I want to say thank you all for the undying support you have given me throughout my time at Celtic.

“I will be joining my National team to participate in the U20 World Cup in Poland.

“With this decision the gaffer (Neil Lennon) told me that it is in the best interest of the team that I collect my things an go home rather be part of the game on Sunday so I’ll be on my way,” Timo Weah wrote.

Read his entire statement below…

The earlier hope that Goal gave us seems to have gone.”God Bless” Timo said. Same back son.

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