Celtic man to leave Parkhead this summer, Rangers urged to accept offer for Alfredo Morelos, Celtic back calls to play out season - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Monday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Celtic to support calls

Celtic will support calls to finish the 2019/20 Scottish Premiership season – whenever that is possible – even though they will likely be crowned champions if the SPFL decides to end the campaign. (Daily Record)

Uefa £50m warning is empty threat

Celtic manager Neil Lennon. Picture: SNSCeltic manager Neil Lennon. Picture: SNS
Celtic manager Neil Lennon. Picture: SNS

Top sports lawyer and former Aberdeen defender David Winnie believes Uefa’s warning about barring clubs from European competition next season if leagues are ended early is an “empty threat” with plenty of legal wiggle room. (Scottish Sun)

McInnes doesn’t want to see Hearts relegated

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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has explained why he doesn’t want Hearts to get relegated, saying the Tynecastle club can still play themselves out of trouble and are a “fantastic club” that bring so much to the league. (The Scotsman)

Aberdeen chief’s dire warning

Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has expressed fears that Scottish football will be played out behind closed doors for the rest of the year as the world faces a protracted struggle against the coronavirus pandemic. (The Scotsman)

Duff to leave Celtic

Damien Duff is expected to leave Celtic at the end of this season after accepting a coaching role on Stephen Kenny’s new-look management team for the Republic of Ireland. (Daily Record)

Dyer: Postponement maybe best for Scotland

Scotland assistant coach, and Kilmarnock manager, Alex Dyer believes the postponement of their Euro 2020 play-off with Israel could be a blessing in disguise due to a few injury troubles. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers should look to sell Morelos

Rangers should accept a £20-25million offer for Alfredo Morelos if a bid comes in for the Colombian this summer, according to former England striker Darren Bent. (Football Insider)

Naismith wants permanent move

Jason Naismith hopes the coronavirus pandemic has not scuppered a permanent move to Hibs, admitting he would love Easter Road head coach Jack Ross to revive his career for a second time. (Evening News)



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