Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Hearts, Hibs, SPFL, Morelos, Hagi, Romanov

Scottish gossip

Capacities at Scottish games could be cut if social distancing is still in force when football restarts. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Rangers and Hearts could lead a legal revolt against the SPFL if they end the season early. (Sunday Mail)external-link

The SPFL are talking with the Scottish government, medical authorities and Uefa as they attempt to resolve the issue of ending the season. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Former Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has been accused of stealing around £37m from his own bank following a seven-year global fraud probe. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Rangers have been lobbying for Scottish Premiership reserve teams to be introduced to the senior set-up. (Herald)external-link

Hibernian will stand by their players after they supported the club by deferring their wages, says owner Ron Gordon. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Winger Ianis Hagi should rebuff interest from Lazio in favour of a permanent move to Rangers, says former Ibrox attacker Thomas Buffel. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has pledged £75,000 to help underprivileged families in Colombia amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Sunday Mail)external-link

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