CELTIC striker Kyogo Furuhashi is a major doubt ahead of the Scottish Premiership return on Monday evening.

Ange Postecoglou's side are set to take on Hibernian at Parkhead, but they look set to be without their star man.

Kyogo limped out of Celtic's match with St Johnstone before the winter break and reports have suggested that he has not fully recovered.

The Scottish Sun report that the Japanese international sat out a friendly match with St Mirren earlier this week.

Meanwhile, Christopher Jullien played a part as he continued his return from injury.

The centre-back, 28, has spent over a year on the sidelines after a cruciate ligament rupture in December 2020.

Jullien played in the second-half of the 1-0 win with Owen Moffat netting the only goal.

It's a boost for Ange Postecoglou who had previously revealed his hope for Jullien to be back in contention for selection when competitive Scottish Premiership action returns next week.