What will today bring for Scottish football. There are set to be two key meetings over the next 48 hours which will likely have an impact on the game in the country. Uefa’s Executive Committee convene today to discuss the next steps for football in Europe and tomorrow sees the league reconstruction task force meet again.
Fans now want clarity on when they can start watching live games again instead of re-runs of classic matches from the past. It is a difficult climate but a date for people to look forward to would be something of a start.
We will have all the latest on anything Scottish football throughout the day.
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Last updated: Thursday, 23 April, 2020, 13:13
- Rangers midfielder targets move
- Motion in parliament for SPFL investigation
FM rules out big gatherings and events for some months
Parliament call for SPFL inquiry
A motion has been put forward in parliament for an independent investigation into the SPFL's resolution process, the Guardian have revealed.
Gregory Campbell, a DUP MP for East Londonderry, is the primary sponsor of the call for "a fully impartial and independent investigation to be carried out immediately into the actions and correspondence carried out by senior SPFL officials who oversaw the process.”
Hagi on Rangers future
Ianis Hagi is remaining open-minded about his Rangers future.
The Romanian believes anything is possible regarding the league title if the current season is played to a close.
Looking further ahead, Hagi is happy to allow his agency to deal with what is next. His loan deal from Genk involves a clause which allows Rangers to sign him for £4.5m.
He told the Daily Mail: "The only thing I can say right now is that I'm really happy with Rangers. I'm really happy with what happened in two months in Scotland. I can't say anything about the future right now. The only thing I'm thinking about is being 100 per cent fit and ready if the season starts again.
"This is my only focus. My mindset is to get fit and to work on some weaknesses I have. "I have my agents, AC Talent, who work very hard for me. I have faith and trust in them. So my future is in good hands because of my agents."
Stendel on Budge's battle
Rangers to make midfielder move
Rangers have set their sights on Liverpool starlet Curtis Jones.
According to a report, the Ibrox side are set to make a loan move for the 19-year-old midfielder.
Jones played eight times for the first-team prior to the postponement, scoring the winner in an FA Cup tie with Everton.
Holt wants St Johnstone return
Jason Holt "would love" to re-join St Johnstone.
The midfielder's Rangers contract expires at the end of May and has confirmed he has not heard anything from the club regarding it.
He has spent the last two seasons out on loan.
He told the Herald: "I would love to go back to St Johnstone, they are a great club and I have really enjoyed my time there. I got on really well with the staff and the players, which is really important when you go to a new club.
"It was really easy for me to integrate. As soon as I went in I got on really well with the lads. They are a really good bunch."
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