Celtic fans will be able to attend Tuesday’s friendly against Paris Saint Germain but it will cost £57 per ticket.
Neil Lennon’s side face Nice tomorrow then Lyon on Saturday with those matches played behind closed doors.
On Tuesday they head to the capital to take on PSG for their first public match in four months.
The Sun reports:
They will play in a pre-season tournament in Lyon, along with Rangers and Nice, with the host club insisting only members and their own supporters will be allowed inside the Groupama Stadium with a limit of 4,500.
However, PSG are selling a limited number of briefs online for their friendly with Celtic next Tuesday in a general sale to all fans, after allocating a set amount for their season ticket holders and members.
The Parc des Princes will have a maximum of 5,000 fans allowed inside the stadium and plenty of Hoops fans have already snapped the tickets up, after they went on sale today.
Celtic took 10,000 fans to the Parc des Princes in 2017 for a Champions League tie but it was an evening to forget with Brendan Rodgers’ side crashing to a 7-1 defeat. There is a long established Celtic Supporters Club in Paris.
The three pre-season friendlies in France will be shown live by Premier Sports as fans get their first footie fix since March.
There has been no word on a test case fixture at Celtic Park but the weekend of July 25 is still clear with one week to go before the opening SPFL Premiership match against Hamilton on Sunday August 2.