No Liverpool interest in buying Rangers, Alfredo Morelos snaps back at critics, Neil Lennon wouldn't accept Rangers title win, when Rangers can expect Europa League return leg

Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Clarity over Celtic title

Uefa has called a high noon summit of all 55 of its members tomorrow, which could provide fresh guidance on how Scottish football resolves the outstanding issues of the 2019-20 season. (The Scotsman)

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Lennon wouldn’t accept Rangers title win

Ibrox Stadium. Picture: SNS

Neil Lennon jokingly said he wouldn’t accept Rangers winning anything when asked by former team-mate Chris Sutton whether, if the roles were reversed and the Ibrox side were 13 points clear, he’d be happy to let them have the title. (Daily Record)

Liverpool owners not interested in Rangers

Former Rangers shareholder Jim McColl has clarified that Liverpool’s owners are not interested in purchasing the Ibrox club, saying his prior comments were in relation to putting together a similar strategy to the one at Anfield. (Scottish Sun)

Date for Rangers return leg

Rangers may have to wait until the autumn to conclude their Europa League last-16 tie with Bayer Leverkusen with Uefa planning to finish the tournament next season. (Scottish Sun)

Morelos fires back at critics

Alfredo Morelos has taken a shot at his critics on Instagram, posting a message where he says the “envious” will always criticise when they see a flaw or invent one if they cannot. (Daily Record)

Beale defends Gerrard

Rangers assistant coach Michael Beale insists Steven Gerrard has the full respect of the Ibrox dressing room as he dismissed criticism that the manager is too honest about his players’ performances in public. (The Athletic)

Hearts need communication

Hearts need to open fresh discussions with players over cost-saving measures in order to come to a resolution that everyone will agree with, according to former Tynecastle striker John Sutton. (Daily Record)


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