Celtic star striker Moussa Dembele has added two more goals to his season’s tally by striking twice for France under-21’s in their 3-2 victory over their English equivalents, The Guardian report.
The 20-year-old attacker has been in blistering form for the Scottish giants since a summer move from Fulham, netting regularly domestically and in the Champions League.
Moussa Dembélé for club and country 2016/17:
28 games, 21 starts, 20 goals, 4 assists. pic.twitter.com/1XpqHKfhjo
— OptaCeltic (@OptaCeltic) November 14, 2016
Dembele turned the tide with his brace after Sunderland’s Duncan Watmore opened the scoring, with France’s victory imposing be feat on their English counterparts for the first time in 16 matches.
The Celtic striker is quickly becoming hot property and it appears that Brendan Rodgers’ men may well struggle to hold onto the versatile forward.
Dembele has now struck 20 goals for club and country this season already, with it not even Christmas yet.
The centre forward was signed for a bargain £500,000 and the Parkhead side will surely receive at least 20 times that should the attacker be pried away by a European rival.