Celtic hero branded 'clueless' over Rangers claim, Ibrox coach insists season must finish, Hearts 'have money to spend in summer' - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

McAllister insists season must finish

Rangers assistant Gary McAllister insists the season must finish and says the Ibrox club will not concede the title to rivals Celtic. (Scottish Sun)

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John Hartson ‘clueless’

Former Celtic striker John Hartson. Picture: SNS

Hugh Burns has branded former Celtic star John Hartson “clueless” for insisting Rangers should concede the title to their Old Firm foes. (Scottish Sun)

Naismith draws on Rangers experience

Steven Naismith feels the circumstances of his departure from Rangers eight years ago helped him make the decision to accept a 50 per cent cut in his wages at Hearts. (The Scotsman)

Hearts ‘have money to spend’

Hearts have reached out to a string of agents to tell them the club may have money to spend this summer – despite asking all employees to take a 50 per cent wage cut during the coronavirus crisis. (Scottish Sun)

Aberdeen concerns

Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack has voiced his concern at the predicament Aberdeen face in the coming months. In a statement on the club’s website, the Dons chairman told fans the club’s situation is “clearly unsustainable” with outgoings of £5million in the next four months or so but with no income. (The Scotsman)

Hundreds of fans watch Hibs star lose at Fifa

Martin Boyle could only laugh as his Hibs FIFA20 side were expertly dismantled 3-0 by Millwall on Monday afternoon. The Hibs winger was taking on YouTuber Zerkaa - real name Joshua Bradley - in a clash between professional player and professional gamer. (Evening News)

McLean reveals coronavirus impact

Scotland midfielder Kenny McLean has revealed that the Norwich City group chat is under doctor’s orders in a bid to safely negotiate the coronavirus crisis. (The Scotsman)

Souttar surgery

Hearts defender John Souttar is expected to return in August after successful surgery to repair his ruptured Achilles tendon. (Evening News)

Dikamona’s early Hearts fears

Hearts find themselves one soldier down following Clevid Dikamona's early contract termination. The exit of this cult hero will be mourned by fans and leaves the club short of centre-backs if football does resume any time soon. It is somewhat ironic that Dikamona, the self-proclaimed "Jambo Soldier", initially feared he might not be good enough to make rank at Tynecastle Park. (Evening News)

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