Midtjylland will be without midfielder Frank Onyeka for this evening's Champions League qualifier against Celtic after he joined Brentford in the Premier League.

The Nigerian completed his five-year deal at the newly promoted Bees this week.

Having played for FCM since 2017, Onyeka was a key asset for the Danes who will miss his talents at Parkhead.

It comes as manager Bo Henriksen suggested top players will not play at Celtic this evening amid interest from other clubs. Not unlike Celts they have a handful of wantaway stars and Henriksen won't pick them.

That means Jens-Lys Cajuste, Sory Kaba and Awer Mabil are doubtful, to add to Onyeka and fellow ace Alexander Scholz who left for Urawa Red Diamonds in Japan recently.

Ange Postecoglou, meanwhile, will have his own issues and decisions to make on players who may be available. Kris Ajer is wanted, ironically, by Brentford and is not in Celtic's squad. Nor is Olivier Ntcham.

Odsonne Edouard and Leigh Griffiths could feature.