Rangers boss Steven Gerrard considering his future, Ibrox star refuses to blame Alfredo Morelos, Rangers fight off several clubs to sign defender, Neil Lennon 'lacks power' - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Sunday's Scottish football news and gossip

Gerrard considering his future

A dejected Steven Gerrard said he will spend the next 48 hours considering his future after his Rangers team were ousted from the Scottish Cup, losing their most realistic hope of claiming silverware this season in the process. (The Scotsman)Defoe refuses to blame Morelos

Jermain Defoe has refused to blame his "friend" Alfredo Morelos for the defeat at Hearts after the striker was omitted from the squad for disciplinary reasons, saying Rangers should still have had enough to win the Scottish Cup clash. (Daily Record)Rangers agree contract with King

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard. Picture: SNS

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Rangers have fought off competition from a host of clubs to agree a bumper, two-year deal with highly-rated Ibrox defender Leon King. (Daily Record)Souttar's season is over

Hearts boss Daniel Stendel has confirmed John Souttar’s season is over. The centre-back went down innocuously after 15 minutes having snapped his right Achilles and Stendel confirmed that he won’t play again this season. (Evening News)'Let's do it for John'

Hearts captain Steven Naismith says that the squad owe it to themselves and John Souttar to have a positive run-in to the season, as they chase Premiership survival and some silverware. (The Scotsman)Scotland face defensive crisis

Scotland are facing a crisis at centre-back after Scott McKenna was ruled out of the Euro 2020 play-off clash with Israel with a hamstring injury sustained during Aberdeen's win over St Mirren. (Scottish Sun)Hearts training paid off

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Daniel Stendel revealed how two weeks of defensive training helped Hearts beat Rangers to reach the Scottish Cup semi-finals. (Evening News)Lennon lacks power

Neil Lennon doesn't have the power to influence the Celtic board into spending the necessary funds to strengthen the team in Europe, according to former Parkhead star Davie Provan. (Scottish Sun)Weah out injured

Former Celtic loan striker Timothy Weah has been ruled out until the end of the French league season because of injury. (The Scotsman)

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