Scottish club denies allegation made in Rangers dossier, plan to null and void season revealed, Celtic move closer to huge transfer windfall, Parkhead stars told to return to Glasgow - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

SPFL could be forced to sanction probe

Partick Thistle chief executive Gerry Britton believes it may only require the support of a third of the 42 member clubs at today’s EGM to convince the SPFL board that an independent inquiry into their corporate governance must go ahead. (The Scotsman)

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- Britton believes the acrimony in Scottish football is worse now than it was when Rangers suffered their financial collapse in 2012. (The Scotsman)

Glebe Park, the home of Brechin City. Picture: SNS

Club deny Rangers claim

Brechin City have denied claims made by Rangers in their dossier of SPFL ‘wrongdoing’ that the Angus club rang round other League Two sides to get them to change their vote on the resolution to end the season. (Daily Record)

Caley Thistle wanted ‘null and void’ option

Inverness Caledonian Thistle wanted to put forward a proposal to null and void the SPFL season, stopping any relegation and preventing each of the league leaders from being crowned champions. (Daily Record)

Celtic prepare for restart

Celtic have told their foreign stars to return to Glasgow next week as the club prepare for the unlikely possibility that Scottish football will return sooner rather than later. (Daily Record)

Celtic transfer windfall

Celtic could be moving closer to a transfer windfall as Manchester United are set to ramp up their pursuit of former Parkhead striker Moussa Dembele, with Chelsea also interested. The Scottish champions have a sell-on clause from the deal that took the £60m-rated hitman to Lyon. (Daily Star)

Low cost for Hearts legal action

Expert legal advice on taking action against the Scottish Professional Football League would cost Hearts just £3000 to £5000. (Evening News)

FoH says club are ‘under siege’

Foundation of Hearts today likened the current troubles at Tynecastle Park to being “under siege” as they rounded on Scottish Premiership chairmen who voted against league reconstruction. (Evening News)

Boyd appeal

Kris Boyd has appealed for mental health issues to be tackled after lockdown. The former Scotland striker talked openly about the day his life changed forever with the suicide of his younger brother Scott. (The Scotsman)

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