Rangers loanee Ross McCrorie has undergone testing for coronavirus after three of his Portsmouth teammates tested positive for the deadly virus.

James Bolton, Andy Cannon and Sean Raggett were all diagnosed with COVID-19 and are currently in quarantine.

All players were tested earlier this week after the League One outfit recently played Arsenal in the FA Cup a short time before manager Mikel Arteta was found to have the illness.

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McCrorie, 22, played the full 90 minutes against the Gunners on March 2. It was his 20th appearance of the season from his 22 performances.

It comes as the SPFL and SFA confirmed they will pay out £1.5million to Scottish football clubs to try and keep them afloat amid the crisis, with finances taking a hit with no games or revenue coming in.

Rod Petrie, Scottish FA President said: “I am pleased to announce the immediate cash payments to members of Club Licensing and Club Academy Scotland amounts which were budgeted to be paid later this year.

“Given the financial uncertainty faced by clubs, we have looked at areas of distribution where we can accelerate and pay now, rather than wait to pay on the usual distribution dates.

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"The combined amount forward funded in this way is approximately £1.5m, which we believe will be of great support to clubs who face uncertainty and, worse still, a significant loss of revenue as a result of the impact of coronavirus in Scotland. 

“I would like to thank our Chief Executive, Ian Maxwell, and the Operations Board for their expediency in enabling us to bring forward the payments.”