If a life-long supply of free milkshakes is enough to entice a player into signing a brand new contract, Celtic does stand a legitimate chance to ensure Patrick Roberts comes back to the club.
The striker, who is currently employed by Manchester City, spent the last eighteen months playing for the Scottish Premiership champions before returning to Etihad this summer.
Roberts played a crucial role in manager Brendan Rodgers’ side during his spell at Celtic Park, where he helped his team win an unprecedented domestic treble and became an instant hit with the fans.
Concerns arose when media stories claimed that French club Nice could trounce Celtic in landing the 20-year old player, despite him showing interest in a move back to Scotland.
Amid such a situation, even a Belfast based cafe decided to tempt Roberts back to Celtic by offering free milkshakes to him and Kieran Tierney for lifetime.