Date: 10th April 2021 at 4:59pm
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Celtic fans on Twitter have been sharing their praise for Mohamed Elyounoussi and his latest display for the Bhoys during their SPFL match against Livingston. 

Coming off the back of a 3-0 win over in the Scottish Cup last weekend, John Kennedy’s side welcomed SPFL action back with a clash against Livingston at Celtic Park.

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During the game, lots of Celtic fans were over the moon with what they saw from Elyounoussi and were not reluctant in sharing their thoughts and opinions on his performance on Twitter. 

So, what did these Celtic fans have to say about Elyounoussi’s performance during the match against Livingston? 

“Would really like to see us keep Elyounoussi for a while”

@MichelleKowals2

“Elyounoussi player of the year”

@Dan_G66

“Anyone who says Elyounoussi doesn’t have quality simply doesn’t know football. When played in position and with confidence he could be a real key player.”

@celtic_thoughts

“break the bank for elyounoussi.” 

@Arron2Smith

“Stunning from Elyounoussi”

@annemarie6377

“We need to buy Elyounoussi Celtic”

@glasgowghirl88

“Elyounoussi is unreal”

@Dunnomate77_

The 26-year-old, who is currently valued at £108 million, is currently on a loan deal at Celtic from Premier League club Southampton.

Looking at these tweets from this group of Celtic fans, it’s clear to see that they were absolutely delighted by Elyounoussi and his efforts on the pitch against Livingston. 

Would you be disappointed if Elyounoussi wasn't a Celtic player next season?

Yes

Yes

No

No

Moving forward, if the Norwegian continues putting in performances for Celtic as he did against Livingston, then this could potentially persuade the club to try and sign him on a permanent basis when the upcoming summer transfer window opens, which appears to be what a number of these Hoops fans would love to see.

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