Ivory Coast defender Kolo Toure has been cleared by UEFA to feature for Scottish giants Celtic FC in the UEFA Champions League.
The defender sealed the move from Liverpool to the Scottish giants on Sunday 24 July and will be hoping to help his new team go past Kazakhstani side Astana in the Champions League qualifiers.
The defender is however not going to feature in the first leg scheduled for Wednesday 27 July as he did not travel with the team but he may make his debut when the team tours Glasgow for the return leg on Wednesday 3 August.
At Celtic, Toure reunites with his former boss at Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers.
The team will however hope to scrape through with Kristoffer Ajer, Dedryck Boyata, Jozo Simunovic and Erik Sviatchenko all injured and will not feature in Kazakhstan.
Toure 35, is a league winner in England with Manchester City and Arsenal. In his absence, Rodgers may summon Nigerian defender Efe Ambrose to play in central defence, though the defender plies on the right side of defence.
Mikael Lustig may also be an option for Rodgers in the heart of defence.