Scottish Gossip: SPFL, Dundee, Inverness, Hearts, Livingston

Scottish gossip

Dundee are on the verge of voting yes to the SPFL's plan to finish the lower league season early (Daily Recordexternal-link).

Meanwhile Dens Park manager James McPake insists managing director John Nelms will have the best interests of Scottish football at heart when he does cast the club's vote (The Courierexternal-link).

Inverness CT chairman Ross Morrison says he felt like the SPFL were "holding a gun to the head" of his club during last week's chaotic league ballot (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Former Hearts striker Ryan Stevenson claims players could get themselves ready for a season restart within a fortnight (Daily Recordexternal-link).

Stoke City are targeting a swoop for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

An email has emerged detailing plans by Dundee chief John Nelms to cut prize money to distribute to sides facing the drop, plus the notion of big-name friendlies (Daily Recordexternal-link).

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