Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart visited a beloved restaurant in Glasgow for the final time before leaving the club.

The 37-year-old dined at Eusebi Deli in the West End after playing his last game at Parkhead on Saturday before he retires from professional football.

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He posed for a photo with the staff at the Italian eatery who bid him farewell ('arrivederci') and wished him good luck.

Glasgow Times:

It comes after we reported that the former England goalie was moved to tears as he received a farewell tribute from fans at Celtic Park for his final home game and the last Scottish Premiership match of the season.

A huge banner reading 'Super Joe Hart' was unveiled during half-time and Hart was seen looking emotional as he fixed his stare on the touching gesture. 

In a farewell message on Instagram, he told fans: "I honestly don’t know where to start. I thought if I gave it a day I would be able to find some words to describe how you made me feel yesterday, but I’m sat here and I’m still speechless. 

"All I can say is that that is one my greatest ever days as a professional, I’m truly honoured and humbled with the send-off you gave me at your beautiful home. Please know that the love and passion I have for the football club will be with me and my family forever and I will return as a supporter one day soon."