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Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart has announced that he will retire at the end of season.

The 36-year-old shot stopper will hang up his gloves after a successful three-year spell with the Glasgow club.

He has made 138 appearances, winning two Scottish Premiership titles, two Scottish League Cups and one Scottish Cup in the process.

So, let’s take a look at Joe Hart’s Celtic career in pictures…

The 75-time capped England international signed for Celtic from Tottenham back in August 2021 for a fee of £1,000,000.

He made his debut in a UEFA Europa League qualifier against Czech side FK Jablonec, with Celtic winning the game 4-2.

The ex-Man City stopper kept his first clean sheet on the opening day of the 2021/22 Scottish Premiership season in a 6-0 victory against Dundee.

Hart captained the Hoops for the first time in September 2021 during a 1-0 defeat to Livingston.

The Englishman lifted his first trophy for the club in December 2021 when he was part of the Celtic side that defeated Hibs 2-1 in the Scottish League Cup Final.

Hart clinched his first Scottish Premiership title in May 2022.

A second Scottish League Cup medal was added to his collection when Celtic toppled Old Firm rivals Rangers 2-1 in the final in February 2023.

Celtic’s number one enjoyed a second successive league title in May 2023!

Hart played 90 minutes in last season’s Scottish Cup final as the Hoops completed an incredible domestic treble.

As Joe Hart looks towards retirement, can he end his long and successful career with another league title at Celtic?