CELTIC have confirmed that long-term duo Tom Rogic and Nir Bitton will be leaving the club after ten years of service.

The Hoops heroes will say their goodbyes to the Parkhead support at Saturday’s Trophy Day presentation as Ange Postecoglou's team take on Motherwell.

Both have been at Parkhead for over nine years and have amassed 34 trophy wins between them over that time.

First to join was Australian internationalist Rogic, who signed from Central Coast Mariners during the January window of 2013, having just turned 20-years-old a month earlier and he made his Celtic debut a month later.

That was the first of 271 games during which he netted 46 goals while picking up no fewer than six championship medals, five Scottish cups and five League Cups for a 16-medal haul.

Israeli internationalist, Bitton joined in the summer of the same year from FC Ashdod and made his debut in the San Siro against AC Milan in the UEFA Champions League in September.

Having remarkably similar playing stats to Rogic, that game was the first of 269, during which he scored 14 goals and he picked up eight title medals, four Scottish Cups and six League Cups taking him to a medal tally of 18.

A club statement added: "The best wishes of everyone at the club goes to both players and we wish them every success in their future careers, we are sure they will get the Celtic send-off they fully deserve as the champions take their bow at Paradise tomorrow."