The news-cycle for Scottish football never sleeps, and after a pulsating Edinburgh derby that went all the way through extra-time at Hampden last night there are plenty of off-the-field stories to complement the on-field action served up on Saturday.
Whether it be transfer rumours, the on-going coronavirus crisis, or something else, Scottish football never sleeps.
Steven Gerrard has urged one of his star men not to give up too early, while the domino effect might work in Celtic’s favour over a former transfer target.
There’s all this, and plenty more across the SPFL Premiership landscape this morning, and here’s a flavour of the gossip and news round-up across the country.
It’s the rumour mill for Sunday, November 1, 2020.
1. Don't qive it up
Steven Gerrard says he regrets quitting the game too early and urged his namesake Davis to continue as long as he can (The Scotsman) Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
2. Cash in the bank
Sam Cosgrove can “brush off” Dons chairman Dave Cornack - because he eventually got an Aberdeen pay-day with the sale of Scott McKenna after the striker KB’d a multi-million move to France earlier this year. (Sunday Mail) Photo: Ross Parker - SNS Group
3. Alfredo can go, but no
Sporting director Ross Wilson has confirmed Rangers had an agreement to sell Alfredo Morelos this year - if his valuation was met. But it wasn’t. (Various) Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
4. Will he stay or will he go?
Neil Lennon says it is 'early days' on Diego Laxalt extending his stay at Celtic Park beyond his current loan - but the Uruguayan has impressed (Various) Photo: FILIPPO MONTEFORTE