After picking up a knee injury against Dundee United on Wednesday, CELTIC defender Christopher Jullien will need to sit out for longer.
The injury meant the Frenchman was out for the Old Firm derby on Saturday. Before the game at Ibrox, Parkhead boss Neil Lennon announced that the 27-year-old is expected to be out for the next three to four months.
He told Sky Sports, “He’s a very important player, but the injury is bad.”
“For a long period of time, we will miss him.
“It will be maybe three or four months, so it’s a hammer blow for us.”