SPFL resolution set to pass after shock U-turn, Stoke City looking to sign Rangers target, Celtic set to make key appointment - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Dundee set for u-turn

Dundee are set to make a dramatic u-turn and vote yes to the SPFL resolution. If they do, it will consign Partick Thistle and Stranraer to relegation with Hearts likely to follow, while Celtic, rivals Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers will all be crowned champions, the latter three being promoted. (Daily Record)

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Dundee chief deals

Dens Park. The home of Dundee. Picture: SNS

Dundee co-owner John Nelms has been trying to broker a deal that would see relegated clubs Stranraer and Partick Thistle receive a larger share of the SPFL pot than the three teams who would be promoted. They’ve also managed to arrange friendlies with Ladbrokes Premiership clubs for next season. (Daily Record)

McCoist slams SPFL

Ally McCoist has condemned the Scottish Professional Football League’s handling of the vote to end the 2019-20 season, claiming it ‘absolutely stinks’. (The Scotsman)

Kelty champions

Kelty Hearts have been crowned Lowland League champions after the 2019/20 campaign was ended prematurely due to the coronavirus crisis. (The Scotsman)

Penrice to Celtic

Celtic are set to appoint Gary Penrice as their new chief scout. The 56-year-old previously played alongside Celtic’s head of football operations Nick Hammond at Bristol Rovers in the late 1980s. (Scottish Sun)

Interest in Dykes

Stoke City are considering a summer move for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes. The Australian of Scottish descent was linked with a move to Rangers at the end of the January transfer window. (Scottish Sun)

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