The 21-year-old made an immediate impact, following his move to Park Head but has fallen out of favour lately.
His heroics against St Johnstone would be remembered for good, as he came off the bench to pull the game in favour of the Hoops. Weah also scored in the season’s reverse fixture.
He has bagged 3 goals and an assist in 13 games this season and got named in his USA’s national squad for U-20 World Cup.
I will be joining my national team to participate in the U20 World Cup in Poland.
“With this decision, the gaffer told me that it is in the best interest of the team that I collect my things and go home rather than be a part of the game on Sunday, so I’ll be on my way.
Weah also felt grateful for the Hoops providing him with the opportunity and said he will continue to progress.
The Hoops were crowned the Scottish Premiership Champions this season under Lennon. The former Hibernian manager is now unbeaten and has secured 7 wins out of 10.
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The Celts will be playing the Old Firm Derby this weekend before the Scottish Cup final clash against Hearts.