Dedryck Boyata has turned his goo-bye to Celtic into an art form by producing a video.
Hertha Berlin recently announced the signing of the defender who moved to Celtic in 2015 in a £1.5m deal from Manchester City.
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Dear Bhoys, This short video reminds me of all the good times that I spent at @celticfc . It has been an honor to wear this jersey and help the club win titles. There were some difficult moments but I will remember above all, the fervor, the passion and the desire to win more and more trophies. 10 trophies won in 4 years with the club I leave with an historic #TrebleTreble that will remain one of my greatest pride. ???? I thank you all, the club, the staff, my teammates and the passionate supporters who always set fire in the stands. You will remain forever in my memory and I wish all the best in the future .. ???? Dedryck. ?? #DB20 #CelticFC
The video spells out some of his achievements in Glasgow as the club was transformed in the summer of 2016 by the arrival of Brendan Rodgers.
Erik Sviatchenko and Jozo Simunovic were the first pick central defensive pairing during the first half of the Invincible season but from the January onwards Boyata was back in favour, scoring a string of vital goals including a header in the 5-1 win at Ibrox.
After playing for Belgium at the World Cup as understudy to Vincent Kompany Boyata was expected to leave Celtic last summer leading to an awkward stand off after an offer from Fulham was rejected.
Rodgers brought Boyata back into the fold but a torn hamstring in the March derby victory turned out to be his last appearance as a Celtic player.
Getting the pitch upto scratchhttps://t.co/e2qVJhIY2H
— Joe McHugh (@videocelts) May 27, 2019