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Celtic Fans Flood Alexandre Pato’s Twitter Page After Cryptic Tweet

Celtic Fans Flood Alexandre Pato’s Twitter Page After Cryptic Tweet

Celtic supporters have flooded the Twitter page of Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato after he posted a cryptic four-leaf clover to his thousands of followers.

The former AC Milan, Chelsea and Villarreal forward is currently earning a small fortune playing in Chinese football for Tianjin Quanjian but Hoops supporters seem to think he could be the headline singing for Brendan Rodgers this summer. Well, maybe.

Yesterday, the 28-year-old sent a tweet to his followers, probably innocently, featuring a clover emoji, which doesn’t have much relevance to anybody – except Irish people and, of course, Celtic supporters.

We accept a lot of these replies are almost certainly tongue-in-cheek, but there might be one of two supporters who are genuinely hoping Pato could be swapping Shanghai for Parkhead:

Is there any chance at all that we could see Pato and his jet-heeled runs jinking past defences in the Scottish Premiership from next season?

Surely not? What do you think?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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