CELTIC superfan Sir Rod Stewart is selling some of his most prized possessions to raise cash for the NHS.
The 75-year-old rock singer will auction a number of items today to back the heroes on the frontline in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic.
He is also selling memorabilia for the worthy cause.
Among the lots is a Hoops jersey commemorating the 50th anniversary of the club’s European Cup triumph in 1967.
The singing star signed the top and wrote “Celtic the pride of Scotland”.
Sir Rod has put some of his gladrags up for auction as well, including jackets and shoes worn on stage or on hit album covers.
Wife Penny Lancaster shared pictures of the sought-after items on her Instagram.
The Maggie May and Sailing singer is also giving away an expensive Cartier watch.
The auction goes live today and anyone interested should go online to bidinauction.com to register. Bidding closes on Friday, the 8th, at midnight.