Glasgow Rangers fan Oliver McBurnie has poked fun at Celtic on Twitter following their exit from the Champions League.
McBurnie – who joined Sheffield United in the Premier League in England from Championship outfit Swansea City in the summer transfer window for an initial fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £17.5 million – is a boyhood Rangers fan, as reported by The Daily Record.
According to The Sun on Sunday (print edition, July 1, 2018), Rangers made a bid of £4.5 million bid for the Scotland international striker when he was still at Swansea.
The 23-year-old striker has poked fun at Celtic on Twitter after Rangers’ bitter Old Firm rivals crashed out of the Champions League.
Neil Lennon’s side lost the second leg of their Champions League Qualifying Third Round tie against CFR Cluj of Romania at Celtic Park 4-3.
Cluj have progressed to the Champions League playoff round 4-3 on aggregate, white Celtic now have to negotiate the playoff round in the Europa League to book their place in the group stage.
Anyone fancy a game? pic.twitter.com/ng0O0RHuzl
— Oli McBurnie (@oli_mcburnie) August 13, 2019