BREAKING NEWS: Celtic fans catch Fabio Silva off guard as covert Rangers sign off backfires before informing social media.

Forward Silva may have hoped to say goodbye to Rangers fans as a permanent agreement appeared doubtful. Extending his stay in the English Premier League next season always seemed doubtful, considering that Wolves paid a stunning Β£35 million to recruit him from Porto, but the forward looks to have all but confirmed he would not be returning to Instagram. Following the final whistle, observant fans noticed Silva instantly changed his profile photo from one wearing a Rangers jersey. Silva appears to have been taken off guard by Celtic fans when he appeared to end his Rangers career, as an unseen video of him greeting the Hoops’ supporters was captured by spectators at Hampden.

 

The acquisition of the Portugal U21 international from Wolves in January piqued fans’ interest, but the 21-year-old failed to live up to expectations, making little influence on the Light Blues’ pursuit of silverware in the second half of the season. Silva scored just six goals during his six-month loan spell as Rangers fell behind Celtic in the Premiership championship race, before Brendan Rodgers’ side defeated their rivals on Saturday to win the Scottish Cup.

 

Celtic fans looked to catch Silva off guard during the 1-0 defeat to the Hoops at Hampden Park. The attacker was about to walk down the steps of the national stadium to collect his runners-up medal after Adam Idah’s late goal won the Old Firm final, with Parkhead fans in the stands celebrating the Rangers players and waving at the devastated stars.

 

Silva was photographed laughing and waving at the punters, as his teammates kept their heads down to hurriedly collect the consolation award. Before waiving again halfway up the Hampden steps, he appears to realize that the Hoops fans are attempting to wind him up.

 

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