You might recall that reports emerged last week of an attack on Celtic's Lukasz Zaluska which eye witnesses said left the goalkeeper unconscious in the west end of Glasgow. At the time it had been speculated that the assault had been carried out by at least one fellow Scottish Premiership player and although police had spoken to men at the scene, no arrests were made and the names of the individuals had not been disclosed.
However, Police Scotland have today confirmed that two men have been arrested over the incident and, according to the Daily Record, the men in question are Dundee United's Paul Paton and former Stenhousemuir goalkeeper Chris McCluskey.
Zaluska had previously played for Dundee United before joining Celtic, however, Northern Irish international Paton was not at the club at that time.
According to a Police Scotland spokesperson;
Two men aged 26 and 27 have been arrested in relation to the incident. They have since been released. A full report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal. (Apparently that's the Scottish version of a public prosecutor)
Both players are expected to appear in court on November 27.