Two players who played for AC Milan against Celtic last week have tested positive for Covid-19.

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and goalscorer Jens Petter Hauge both returned positive tests while three other members of coaching staff at the Serie A giants also tested positive.

The club have since revealed the players and staff are now in self-isolation following last Thursday's Europa League opener in Glasgow.

But it is not yet known what impact this may have on the Hoops, who have just travelled to Aberdeen and played in Scottish Premiership action yesterday.

A statement from the Italian club said: "AC Milan announces that the results received from the laboratory yesterday evening found a positive swab by Gianluigi Donnarumma, Jens Petter Hauge and three other members of the team group. All are asymptomatic, were immediately subjected to home isolation and the local health authorities were informed.

"Today the whole team group was tested again, as per protocol, and no new positivity was found."

The Hoops have already been rocked by coronavirus with the likes of Odsonne Edouard, Hatem Elhamed and Nir Bitton all testing positive in recent weeks.

Ryan Christie was also forced to self-isolate due to coming into 'close contact' with Scotland teammate Stuart Armstrong on international duty.