JEREMIE FRIMPONG has posted a message thanking Celtic supporters and the club after the defender agreed a move to German giants Bayer Leverkusen.

The right-back has been out-of-sorts this term after an impressive debut campaign in Glasgow's east end last season, but appeared increasingly unsettled before sealing a move to the Bundesliga on Wednesday.

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A statement published on the club's website thanked the former Manchester City player for his contribution during his 18 months in Scotland, with the young Dutchman returning the favour with a social media post of his own.

Frimpong posted a video of highlights from his spell at Parkhead, and included a message of thanks to the club, the fans and his former manager Neil Lennon.


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He wrote: "“I wanna thank my teammates for their help, the Gaffer for his trust and all the @celticfc fans for their love!

I will forever be grateful to Celtic and I wish you all the best in the future!