- Unnamed player must self-isolate for 10 days
- Scottish government advising club on next steps
Celtic could face wider disruption to their squad after one player tested positive for coronavirus in the wake of their controversial trip to Dubai. The unnamed player will have to self-isolate but there could potentially be further ramifications before their Scottish Premiership match against Hibernian on Monday.
A Scottish government statement on Sunday night read: “We are aware there has been a positive case of coronavirus within Celtic FC. Scottish government clinicians and the GGC [Greater Glasgow and Clyde] Health Protection Team are in contact with Celtic providing advice on next steps.”