SPFL to launch internal investigation into vote controversy, Celtic eye move for Atletico Madrid winger, former Parkhead hero desperate for move back to Celtic - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Wednesday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Dundee reveal motivation

Dundee have claimed league reconstruction is their priority as they continue to hedge their bets over the SPFL’s proposal to end the 2019-20 season. (The Scotsman)

Thistle insist vote must stand

Hampden Park. Picture: SNSHampden Park. Picture: SNS
Hampden Park. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle have insisted that Dundee’s original vote against plans to end the 2019-20 season is legally binding and the SPFL’s controversial resolution must fail. (The Scotsman)

SPFL to launch investigation

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The SPFL is set to launch an internal investigation into the controversies that have plagued their attempt to push through a resolution to handle the coronavirus crisis in Scottish football. (Daily Record)

Celtic eye Atleti kid

Celtic are eyeing a potential move for young Atletico Madrid winger Rodrigo Riquelme. Parkhead scouts have watched the 20-year-old in action for the Spanish club’s development side and will consider a move when business returns to normal after the coronavirus outbreak is over. (Scottish Sun)

Wanyama has ‘unfinished business’

Victor Wanyama has revealed he wants to return to Celtic before his playing career is finished. The Kenyan has declared that he has “unfinished business” at Parkhead. (The Scotsman)

Rangers end Ladbrokes partnership

Rangers have confirmed they will end their partnership with Ladbrokes ahead of next season. The betting firm provided fans with the ability to place bets in Ibrox on matchdays. (The Scotsman)

Hearts suggest semi-finals going ahead

Hearts launched season ticket sales for the 2020/21 campaign offering fans a guaranteed ticket for the Scottish Cup semi-final against Hibs at Hampden Park as well as ten per cent discount. (Evening News)



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