Rangers reveal meeting with supporters ahead of Old Firm clash, ex-Celtic star insists fans 'should be banned', EPL striker to commit future to Scotland - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Adams set for Scotland call

Southampton striker Che Adams is set to be included in the Scotland squad for the upcoming international triple-header after national team boss Steve Clarke convinced the player to pledge his international future north of the border. (Daily Record)

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Brown reinforces ‘stay at home’ message

Rangers fans gathered outside of Ibrox a week past Saturday as their side moved closer to the title. Picture: SNS

Celtic captain Scott Brown has added his voice to the growing number of Scottish football figures urging fans to stay at home this weekend when the Parkhead side host rivals Rangers. (The Scotsman)

Rangers say fans ‘fully aligned’

Rangers are confident that supporters will stay at home and respect lockdown restrictions this Sunday after meeting with “fans and key influencers” ahead of this weekend’s match. (Scottish Sun)

Collins: Fans should be banned

John Collins says stripping supporters of their season tickets if caught breaching lockdown rules at this weekend’s Old Firm match is the sort of punishment needed to ensure fans don’t congregate at Celtic Park. (The Scotsman)

Rangers player-sale timing ‘vital’

Ross Wilson says the timing of departures in Rangers’ transfer policy is vital ahead of a key summer at the Scottish Premiership champions. (The Scotsman)

No-brainer for McGregor to go to Euros

Rangers legend Brian Laudrup reckons it would be a “no-brainer” to include Allan McGregor in the Scotland squad for this summer’s Euros if the veteran goalkeeper is interested in coming out of international retirement. (Scottish Sun)

Fowler backed to succeed at Aberdeen

Former Celtic star Scott McDonald has backed Robbie Fowler to be a success at Aberdeen if the Pittodrie club take the Liverpool hero’s interest in the vacant post seriously. (Daily Record)

Naismith returns for Hearts

Hearts captain Steven Naismith is due to train with the squad at Riccarton today for the first time since suffering a calf injury at the end of last month. (Evening News)

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