Date: 1st September 2017 at 7:16am
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Aidan Nesbitt has made an emotional farewell to Celtic.

The lifelong fan and season ticket holder joined MK Dons yesterday where he will work with former Hearts boss Robbie Nielson.

Nesbitt came through the academy ranks alongside Kieran Tierney but as the first team door opened to his pal the winger found opportunities limited and went on loan to Partick Thistle and Morton.

Last night his playing connection with Celtic came to an end as he headed south to a new career in League One.

There were many highlights during Nesbitt’s underage career with a Hampden hat-trick against Sevco in the final of the 2015 SFA Youth Cup at Hampden one of them.

The bhoy from Johnstone also enjoyed an extensive international career being capped at every level up until u-21 level.

Since moving to MK Dons Neilson has returned to Scotland to bring in Peter Pawlett from Aberdeen, Robbie Muirhead from Hearts and Conor McGrandles from Falkirk.