Celtic fans on Twitter believe that Moussa Dembele has just said goodbye to them.
The linked-away striker took to social media on Saturday night to thank the Hoops fans for their "amazing support" during the 0-0 draw with Rangers at Parkhead.
On Christmas Day it was reported that the French hitman was set for an £18 million move to Brighton & Hove Albion, but The Independent denied that Celtic accepted a bid.
But the highly-rated former Paris Saint-Germain product did little to convince fans that his short-term future is in Glasgow with his reaction to being substituted against Rangers.
Dembele, who joined Celtic from Fulham 18 months ago, slowly walked off the field after being replaced on the hour mark, with his sluggish body language perhaps indicating that it could be his last game for Brendan Rodgers's side, who don't play again for three weeks.
Nevertheless, the 21-year-old scored 30 goals in all competitions during an outstanding first season with the Bhoys last term, and fans of the Scottish giants have shown their appreciation if it is goodbye.
Thank you for your amazing support today.Great year Overall @celticfc— Moussa Dembélé (@MDembele_10) December 30, 2017
Is that an Au Revoir?— Here We Go 10 in a ROW (@JGlasgowCelticK) December 31, 2017
Thanks for the memories big man HH— David Mcatamney (@david_mcatamney) December 31, 2017
Thank you, it has been a wonderful year with very few blips.— Celticheart (@Celticwman1) December 31, 2017
Thanks for the memories moussa— Maximus Aurelius (@MaximusAureli13) December 31, 2017
Bye bye dembo— Ryan McNamara (@RyanMcNa) December 31, 2017
I hate goodbyes moussa— Jacqueline (@Jacq_1888) December 31, 2017
Don’t leave me— Liam McGachey (@l_mcgachey02) December 30, 2017
Thank you for everything Moussa. 2017 will be the most memorable season I will probably ever remember. If you do go in January, I want to see you back in the hoops before you retire in 15 years time.— Martin (@MartyM188867) December 31, 2017