While many had expected he would have a huge impact at Parkhead, Timothy Weah never really got going at Celtic. The on-loan PSG man made 14 appearances and scored four goals since arriving in January, but only three of those were starts.
While his time at the club was coming to an end anyway, it has now been cut short by Neil Lennon.
Weah is due to play for the USA in the upcoming U20 World Cup in Poland, which kicks off on May 24th. That is just one day before Celtic play Hearts in the Scottish Cup final.
Sun Sport are reporting that The Hoops had reached a compromise with the USA that would allow Weah to join a training camp with his country on Monday, before returning to Celtic for the final. He would miss the USA's opener against Ukraine as a result.
However, the player would go on to inform Lennon that he would prefer to play in the World Cup opener instead of the cup final. When the Celtic boss was informed of his decision, he immediately decided to cut his loan short.
Weah soon took to Instagram to confirm the news, and thank the Celtic fans for the reception they gave him during his stay at the club.
While another loan move to Celtic next season may have been a possibility, he seems to have burned his bridges at the club now.
Neil Lennon was clearly unhappy with his decision, as suggested by his insistence he leave the club immediately.