CELTIC will not allow Sky Sports reporters into Celtic Park or conduct post-match interviews with the broadcaster as the fallout from the interview with Alfredo Morelos continues, according to reports.

The Daily Record believe that players and coaching staff from the Parkhead club are "unlikely" to speak to Sky Sports until their complaint with Ofcom, the television regulator, has been fully investigated.

Neil Lennon's side face a trip to Pittodrie this Sunday with the game being shown live on Sky Sports.

The Scottish champions lodged a complaint after it was revealed that the subtitles used during the broadcaster's interview with the Rangers star were poorly translated.

Quotes attributed to Morelos said that the striker felt he was racially abused at Celtic Park - but further examination showed that he had not mentioned this at any point during the interview.

Now, Celtic have banned Sky Sports reporters from coming to Parkhead until their complaint has been resolved.

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