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Stuart Armstrong ‘Forever Grateful’ to Be Small Part of Great Celtic

Stuart Armstrong ‘Forever Grateful’ to Be Small Part of Great Celtic

Stuart Armstrong says he’ll be ‘forever grateful’ to have been a small part of a great club like Celtic.

The Scottish midfielder yesterday sealed a £7million move to Southampton yesterday, joining them on a four-year deal.

It brings to an end three successful years for Armstrong in Glasgow – with the former Dundee United midfield man winning four Premiership titles, two League Cups and two Scottish Cups.

He was also a major part of the Invincible treble-winning team of the 2016/17 season and contributed to their treble victory last term under Brendan Rodgers.

Armstrong goes with the best wishes of the Hoops support too, with their song about his hair a particular highlight of his time at Celtic.

A day after sealing the move, Armstrong took to Instagram to thank the club and the fans for allowing him to be part of their illustrious history:

Armstrong will now join up with Southampton over the coming weeks when their pre-season kicks off.

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