It was a full house today, as both Ryan McGinlay and Tony Haggerty joined Hamish Carton on today's Celtic Way morning briefing for Thursday, December 28.

There were plenty of topics to discuss too, as South Korea's Asia Cup squad was announced this morning. Make that three players to be called up to the competition, as Yang Hyun-jun and Oh Hyeon-gyu both made Jurgen Klinsmann's 26-man squad for the upcoming tournament held in Qatar. Of course, they join Marco Tilio, who was called up by Australia manager Graham Arnold last week.

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With Celtic now losing at least one striker to the competition, they may lose another two forward options that can play up top in the shape of Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda. Because of this, Celtic could face up to five games without a recognised target man.

Will Celtic look to bring in a striker this January to alleviate the stress of not having one for the duration of the tournament? Are Lawrence Shankland and Bojan Miovski of Hearts and Aberdeen persons of interest? Can Celtic move eight points clear with a win against Rangers in just two days time?

All of these are discussed and much more on today's edition of The Celtic Way's morning briefing. Click the video player below this article to catch up on the latest episode, and don't forget to subscribe for FREE to get notifications on when we next go live!