Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell is to retire from his position at the end of June, with Dominic McKay moving from Scottish Rugby as his replacement.
The reigning Scottish champions have announced that Lawwell has decided to retire after 17 years in the role.
McKay has been with Scottish Rugby for 13 years and was promoted to chief operating officer in 2015.
Lawwell said: “I believe the cub have identified an excellent successor with the highest integrity.”
The 61-year-old Scot has been at he helm during a time when the Glasgow club have won 29 trophies, including 13 league titles, four domestic trebles and participation in the last 16 of the Champions League on three occasions.
But Celtic have fallen 23 points behind city rivals Rangers in this season’s attempt to win a 10th domestic league title.
More to follow.