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Ex-Celtic Striker Moussa Dembele Brutally Trolls Rangers on Twitter

Ex-Celtic Striker Moussa Dembele Brutally Trolls Rangers on Twitter

Former Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has used up some his quarantine time this afternoon by brutally sticking the boot into Rangers on social media.

He might now longer be a Hoops player, having left Glasgow for £20 million to sign for Lyon in September of 2018, but it seems the Frenchman is still keeping his finger on the pulse when it comes to affairs of the Old Firm, and he never misses an opportunity to rub the Ibrox side’s noses in it.

Commenting on a story from the Daily Record reporting that Rangers are planning to rip-up their turf during the Premiership’s suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 23-year-old definitely wasn’t messing about when taking aim via his personal verified Twitter account:

As we’ve told you previously, Dembele has been linked with big-money transfers to the English Premier League of late, with Chelsea and Manchester United both credited with having an interest, but it’s fair to say his time in Scotland definitely left an indelible mark on the powerful forward.

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