Celtic fringe player Oh Hyeon-gyu has sparked a split of opinion online after his most recent social media post.

The Hoops striker posted a photo of himself on holiday to his Instagram story earlier today. 

And eagle-eyed fans have spotted that he was wearing an England jersey.

A post on social media by a prominent Celtic fan account reads: "Oh cutting about in an England top?"

And this sparked debate on Elon Musk's X, with several supporters sharing different views.

Firstly, there were some fans of the Scottish Premiership champions who weren't having it, and would now like to see the back of the South Korean.

One wrote: "Another one who is clearly out of touch with his teams' fan base, not getting anywhere near our team anyway so sell him and let him wear whatever rag he wants."

Another said: "Just about sums that big haddy up."

A third said: "Get him out, Sharon!"

And a fourth commented: "F*****g sell him now."

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However, there were plenty of comments pushing back on those who were critical of the 23-year-old's social media activity. 

One wrote: "It’s a nice shirt in fairness."

Another added: "Don't see the problem it'd be different if it was one of the Scottish players at the club wearing it."

A third said: "Hi mate, he’s Korean hope this helps."

Another chimed in: "All of Asia loves English football."

Another comment reads: "So what? If your issue with him is because he's p***, fair enough. That's why I want him gone. This, however, is embarrassing."

Another added: "Couldn’t care less."

And a seventh clapped back with perhaps the most telling statement: "You forgetting that super Joe Hart literally played for England."

Oh was one of Ange Postecoglou's many finds from the Asian transfer market, arriving to Glasgow in January 2023.

He joined on a five-year-old contract for a fee worth around £2.5m.

It's expected he will leave Celtic this summer though, with Brendan Rodgers looking to clear space in his ranks in order to add fresh recruits.