Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Aberdeen, SPFL, Uefa

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The SPFL are ready to call Uefa's bluff by declaring Celtic as Premiership champions and relegating Hearts. (Daily Record)external-link

Relegating Hearts would not be "a fair and acceptable solution" says Hearts manager Daniel Stendel. (Daily Record)external-link

More than 20 members of Hearts squad are stalling over taking pay cuts. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, his staff, and the club's players have all agreed wage deferrals. (Daily Record)external-link

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor says there will be "a day of reckoning" as Uefa attempt to find a way to complete league seasons around Europe. (Press & Journal)external-link

Kilmarnock manager Alex Dyer has spoken about seeing the pitches where he used to play in London turned into a makeshift morgue. (Daily Record)external-link

Glenn Loovens has pledged to help former club Celtic find European talent in his new role as a scout. (Herald)external-link

Alfredo Morelos wants to quit Rangers but his valuation has taken a dent recently, says former Ibrox striker Kenny Miller. (Scottish Sun)external-link

The SPFL have been urged to introduce Premiership reserve teams into regionalised lower leagues. (Herald)external-link

Motherwell should have been 10 points better off when the Premiership was halted, says first-team coach Maurice Ross. (Scottish Sun)external-link

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