David Turnbull has officially left Celtic after joining Cardiff City on a three-year deal.

The midfielder joined the Scottish champions in 2020, scoring 31 times and providing 23 assists across 134 appearances.

Turnbull came through the ranks at Motherwell, where he won the PFA Young Player of the Year award at the end of the 2018/19 campaign.

The Scotland international would go on to win six trophies during his time at Celtic, lifting two league titles, two League Cups and two Scottish Cups.

But he finalised a late transfer exit from Celtic on deadline day for a fee in the region of £2m.

Speaking to Cardiff City's official club website after completing his move, the 24-year-old said: “I’m delighted, I’m buzzing to be here. It’s been a long day or two, but I’m really glad to get it over the line and can’t wait to get started. When I heard of the interest, I was very keen. It’s a huge Club. I’ve watched them in past and want to be a part of it now and kick on.
“It’s a great city and when I arrived at the stadium, it was nice to see it. It’s brilliant and I’m really looking forward to it.”