The Scottish football season has taken a new twist with the Coronavirus outbreak across the world. Italy has suspended football until next month, while the Champions League clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund will be played behind closed doors on Wednesday night.
So far the SPFL remains unaffected but there are concerns if the virus forces postponements or games to be played behind closed doors. But at he moment he get on with it as the season reaches its final stages.
We will have all the latest throughout the day, from news to transfer speculation.
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- Shved eyes Celtic exit
- Morelos value dropping claims pundit
- Hearts boss on Coronavirus
Ex-Celtic ace Charlie Nicholas believes Alfredo Morelos' commitment to Rangers is "fading".
The Colombian has been out of form since the winter break. He has served a suspension in both the league and Europe, while he has also had his fitness struggles.
Nicholas, writing in his Daily Express column, said: "He doesn't look interested and appears out of shape. When did he last play well? He should be fresh as he sat out three games serving a ban.
"Morelos' value is dropping and his commitment to Rangers looks to be fading.
"These big European games are where he can do his manager and club the turn they deserve. Morelos' reputation is now on the line."
Marian Shved is set to hold talks with Neil Lennon over his Celtic future, according to a report.
The Ukraine international signed for £2million last January and has played a little over 40 minutes of football for the club.
Shved was dropped from the club's European squad and Lennon confirmed his difficulties at adapting.
“He’s found it difficult, he struggles with the English and in training at times he’s not at the level the rest of them are.
“He’s still a very talented player, but he’s still taking a bit more time to adapt and acclimatise than maybe some others would."