Boli Bolingoli has been hit with the maximum fine Celtic could impose on him following his secret Spain trip.

The defender ignored quarantine rules and headed off on his jaunt, without telling anyone, before returning to play for the Hoops against Kilmarnock. His actions forced the club to discipline the player, leaving Neil Lennon 'livid' at the situation. And now the manager has confirmed the left-back has been hammered.

Lennon also revealed Boli's representatives are hopeful of finding him a new club as it appears he has played his last game at Parkhead. "He's been heavily sanctioned by the club," the boss said. "The maximum sanction we could give him. He's not back in training yet and I think his representatives are looking at options for him elsewhere."

Roma and Amiens in France have been credited with interest in the Belgian, but when asked if any offers had been made, Lennon said: "Not that I'm aware of."