Scottish Gossip: Coronavirus, SPFL, Rangers, Motherwell, Celtic, Hibernian

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Scottish football could have a 14-team top flight and three divisions of 10 within the next few weeks (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

The SPFL must wait until after an early Thursday deadline before they can release £9.3m in prize money to clubs (Daily Recordexternal-link).

Rangers have joined Stoke City in the race to sign Livingston forward Lyndon Dykes (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Motherwell talent David Turnbull admits the medical that scuppered his move to Celtic saved his career (Scottish Sunexternal-link).

Celtic forward Ryan Christie expects a "boom" to the Scottish football season when it returns (The Scotsmanexternal-link).

Hibernian striker Marc McNulty says the dream of a Scottish Cup semi-final is inspiring him during the Covid-19 lockdown (Edinburgh Evening Newsexternal-link).

Elgin City chairman Graham Tatters says league reconstruction should not be driving talks over ending the season (Press & Journalexternal-link).

Highland League chapions Brora Rangers have furloughed staff as club forecasts shortfall (Press & Journalexternal-link).

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