Celtic fans are reacting on Twitter after their interim manager, Neil Lennon, was spotted at West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday.
The Baggies are currently without a permanent manager, while the Northern Irishman's future at Celtic has yet to be decided.
The Bhoys have already secured the Premiership title in Lennon's second spell at Celtic Park, and have a Scottish Cup final date with Hearts to come.
Nevertheless, a succession of managers, notably Claudio Ranieri, Slaven Bilic and Carlos Carvalhal, have found themselves linked with Lennon's job since Sunday's Old Firm defeat against Rangers.
The reason for his Hawthorns appearance is currently unclear, however, although the following Celtic supporters have their theories.
Maybe he was just giving Ollie Burke a lift back down the road— Brian Murray™ (@murraybhoy88)
Down scouting Kyle Bartley mate— Kev (@KevinMcG01)
He’s scouting John McGinn— Barry Mc Gowan (@Barrymc010279)
Mason Holgate loan next season.— LiamFlynnTheXVI (@LiamFlynnTheXVI)
Right back Holgate on loan from Everton is a player imo— robert crilly (@CrillyBobc)
Holgate would be great... Although, not sure we’d pay 7-10 mil for a RB/ Everton would sell after the season he had with Coleman getting older.— Eddy Walsh (@eddy_walsh)
Haha. With Everton he was both but probably has his most successful run as a CB in a 3. Was playing RB yesterday (brilliantly) gets pretty high up. Pipe dreams, I suppose. But worth the question..— Eddy Walsh (@eddy_walsh)
According to the Daily Telegraph, Lennon is not thought to be on West Brom's radar, with Chris Hughton, Patrick Vieira and Slavisa Jokanovic instead in contention.
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And given what some Celtic supporters are saying, that may be good for the Albion.
Hope Lennons doon there fur the West Brom job and no scouting Jacob Murphy. Murphys class but Lennon carrying out any sort a buisness beyond the Summer is a no.— The Mire CSC (@TheMireCSC2002)
I will drive him down— declan kavanagh (@declan1888)
What was the Celtic boss doing at West Brom?