The SFA will not investigate Celtic's trip to Dubai despite calls from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to look into the training camp.

The First Minister said she had seen evidence suggesting the team’s trip was for “R and R” as opposed to training.

She was asked about the Glasgow side’s visit to the Middle East at the daily coronavirus briefing on Tuesday.

Celtic say they have done nothing wrong and the trip had previously been agreed with the Scottish Government.

Travel is only permitted for “essential reasons” and the Scottish Government has asked the Scottish Football Association (SFA) to investigate the matter further.

Ms Sturgeon said: “As I understand it, the Scottish Government gave advice to the SFA about the rules around elite training camps back in November last year.

“The world around the pandemic has changed quite a bit since November.”