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Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti. The Toffees are understood to be keen on Hearts' Aaron Hickey
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti. The Toffees are understood to be keen on Hearts' Aaron Hickey

EPL clubs join race for Hickey

Everton have joined the race for Hearts defender Aaron Hickey, but Crystal Palace are understood to be the frontrunners despite interest from Celtic and Manchester City. (Daily Mail)

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Locke comments on Hearts situation

Gary Locke has praised Hearts owner Ann Budge for moving fast in imposing a 50 per cent wage cut at Tynecastle and urged the club’s players to “accept it or move on”. (Scotland on Sunday)

Club director calls for SPFL to call the season

Cowdenbeath have called for the Scottish Professional Football League to declare the season over and for current league positions to count as the final standings. (Scotland on Sunday

Rangers open to NHS using Ibro

Rangers have said they are 'ready and willing' to help the NHS battle coronavirus in any way possible and could allow partial use of Ibrox stadium to assist health workers. (The Sun)

Celtic keen to support NHS

Celtic are open to all suggestions about how the club can assist the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic, and Parkhead could be partially used by the health service if required. (The Sun)

Hibs players hold wages talks

The Hibs squad have held crisis talks with Easter Road chiefs over salaries but are not understood to be discussing wage cuts. Instead, the Capital club could ask players and head coach Jack Ross to defer part of their wages with the remainder being paid once football starts up again. (The Sun)

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