A QUIET day all in all as far as Celtic-related news is concerned. 

The Hoops have a huge away trip tomorrow though, as they travel along the M8 to Edinburgh with Hibs the next challenge awaiting Ange Postecoglou's side.

Here are the top Celtic stories from Saturday, February 26...

Kyogo 'nowhere near' a return from injury

Ange Postecoglou has conceded that Celtic's star player Kyogo is "nowhere near" a return to action.

The Japanese striker has been out through injury since Boxing Day.

Kyogo is the Hoops' top scorer with 16 goals. He has missed the last 11 games after limping off against St Johnstone before the winter break, though.

READ MORE: Celtic star Kyogo 'nowhere near' return from injury, says Ange Postecoglou

Dundee United clash could've been a Saturday

Dundee United owner Mark Ogren has claimed that Police Scotland prevented their Scottish Cup quarter-final with Celtic being played on a Saturday.

The teams will meet in the competition on Monday, March 14.

Rangers will be in the City of Discovery the day before at Dens Park

READ MORE: Dundee United chief Ogren on ‘police veto’ which stopped Saturday Celtic Scottish Cup tie

Kieran Tierney reflects on life with boyhood heroes

Former Celtic star Kieran Tierney has admitted that while he left the club he loves in 2019, his heart has never left the east end of Glasgow.

The Scotland left-back would make over 100 appearances for the Hoops, as he played a crucial role in the club's treble treble winning side under Brendan Rodgers, and Neil Lennon.

He was sold to Arsenal in August 2019 for a Scottish transfer record, with the Premier League side paying £25million plus add-ons for the defender.

READ MORE: Kieran Tierney reflects on Celtic journey, Brendan Rodgers & relationship with the fans