Seven weeks after his last Celtic appearance Chris Jullien has posted an upbeat image on Twitter alongside the letters M. O. O. N. to leave fans guessing about a possible return to action.
The Frenchman is usually a frequent user of social media but his output has tailed off dramatically since his last match action away to Ross County on September 12. He is believed to be visiting a specialist in Germany to undertake tests on his back injury.
? M.O.O.D ? pic.twitter.com/PUNjpfg7n1
— Chris Jullien.. (@Chri6ViF) November 2, 2020
Get your cape on there’s a title to be won big man ?
— Champions 9IAR (@theSBTbhoy) November 2, 2020
You back. Great news. #Celticfc full strength!!
— ? ??????? ? (@Daedalianthony) November 2, 2020
Get yourself sorted and back soon we are missing you!?
— D Mcguire (@DMcGCfc1888) November 2, 2020
Hope you’re recovering ?
— Colm (@AtownColm) November 2, 2020
Come back monsieur
— Raymond ????????? (@mondo_christie) November 2, 2020
Hurry up and get back up the road big man @Chri6ViF
— The Notorious F.A.T ? (@DeclanDickson2) November 2, 2020
The former Toulouse defender was an unused substitute away to St Mirren then sat out the next three matches against Livingston, Riga and Hibs.
Jullien was on the bench but unused against Sarajevo and St Johnstone but has been out of the match day squad for the five matches since the end of the October international break.
After the November internationals Celtic are away to Hibs on November 21 with all eyes on whether Jullien will be back in contention for a place.