Lustig, 32, is nearing the Celtic Park exit door after sharing an Instagrm highlight reel of his favourite Bhoys moments yesterday.
His wife, Josefin, also fuelled speculation by writing on the social media site: “Wherever you go I will follow.”
And commenting on his impending departure, a Gers fan sarcastically teased: “You will be missed. What a servant you were to us.”
But Hayes was having none of it.
He fired back: “Yeah you’ve done well with all them trophies since he arrived…”
Another said: “Josefin you have made me so sad.”
However others hailed his time in Glasgow, wishing him all the best.
One wrote: “All the best to you guys.”
While another said: “You’ll always be welcome at Celtic Park.”
After Sweden’s 3-0 loss to Spain, Lustig told Sportbladet: “The last few weeks have been tough. Not on the field, but off the pitch.
“I am proud of how I have handled the situation and those closest to me, the players and the leaders at Celtic know what has happened.
“It could have been handled differently, in terms of what has been said and what happened.”
He added: “You should never say never. I love Celtic and never thought I would feel such a connection to a club.
“I would never close that door. For me, that club is the fans and the job the players do for them. I have nothing but good things to say about Celtic.”
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