Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard tests positive for Covid-19 - what does it mean for clash against Rangers?
Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard has tested positive for coronavirus while on duty with France Under 21s.
The French FA has confirmed that the front man will miss the U21 clashes with Liechtenstein and Slovakia.
The 22-year-old will now be required to self-isolate for at least 10 days placing his appearance in the Old Firm fixture against Rangers on Saturday, October 17 into doubt.
Edouard played for Celtic on Sunday against St Johnstone prior to heading out on international duty.
The club has since offered a Covid-19 update on the rest of its squad.
A French FA statement said: "Odsonne Edouard will not participate in the France-Liechtenstein and France-Slovakia Espoirs matches, counting for the qualifiers for Euro 2021.
"The result of his Covid-19 test carried out by UEFA this Tuesday morning, October 6 having been positive, Odsonne Edouard was sidelined from the group upon receipt of the results, at the end of training . He was then placed in isolation.
"All the other tests carried out on the entire delegation, staff members and players, were negative."