CELTIC have reportedly been dealt another injury blow with David Turnbull set to miss clashes against Rangers and Bodo/Glimt.

Reports this evening claim Turnbull will be out of action for at least two months after a suspected hamstring injury.

Turnbull limped off in Celtic's Premier Sports Cup triumph at Hampden after just 27 minutes.

The midfielder appeared to clutch his hamstring after dropping to the turf at the national stadium.

And his disappointment at the injury was clear with TV pictures showing Turnbull in tears as he returned to the bench.

Now the Scotsman report Turnbull will be out for two months with the injury.

That would see him sidelined for the visit of Rangers on February 2. Turnbull would also miss the Europa Conference League play-offs with Bodo Glimt.

Celtic host the Norwegian side on February 17 before the return leg on February 24.

Ange Postecoglou admitted Turnbull's injury came because of the strain of playing so many matches.

He explained: "David suffered from the amount of games we are playing at the moment. We are suffering because of that.

"We have not been able to rotate the squad a lot and that is hurting us at the moment, picking up these injuries. We will just see how he is."

Turnbull joins the growing injury list at Parkhead with Kyogo a doubt and Jota, Giorgos Giakoumakis, Chris Jullien and James Forrest all out.