CELTIC's trip to face Dundee United this weekend is in major doubt, according to a report. 

It's said that Storm Arwen has caused significant damage to Tannadice.

And the Scottish Sun say that United chiefs face a rush to get the game on. 

It’s reported the club will have to satisfy health and safety chiefs before the clash against Celtic is given the green light. 

The game is due to be on Sky Sports. It's said the Arabs will try to fast-track repairs over the next 48 hours in a bid to get it played as a result.

United’s statement reads: “Following Friday night's Storm Arwen, we can confirm parts of the Jerry Kerr Stand roof were damaged. As a result Dundee City Council closed the road outside.

“Assessment of damage and restoration will begin today and is expected to last a few days.” 

More to follow.