The latest news and gossip from around Scottish football. 

Rangers and Hearts to lead 'legal revolt'

Rangers and Hearts would look at taking legal action against the SPFL if the season is ended early as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak. 

The Sunday Mail reports both could take legal action if Celtic are crowned champions and Hearts are relegated. Celtic are currently 13 points clear with 8 games remaining with Hearts 4 points from safety.

It comes as UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferin stated that if leagues decide to finish the season prematurely future European qualification places could be in jeopardy.

The SPFL will hold a meeting tomorrow to discuss their next move and it’s understood they want to call the league now in order to distribute prize money to clubs.

Stadium capacities to be cut?

Capacities at Scottish games could be cut if social distancing is still in force when football restarts.  The continuation of social distancing would see attendances drastically cut. (The Sun)

Rangers campaign for B team inclusion 

Craig Mulholland, the head of the Rangers youth academy, has revealed the Ibrox club have been lobbying behind the scenes for Ladbrokes Premiership reserve teams to be introduced to the senior set-up in Scotland this season and described the ground-breaking move as “a no brainer”. (The Herald)

SPFL consulting Government over league future

The SPFL are talking with the Scottish government, medical authorities and Uefa as they attempt to resolve the issue of ending the season. The SPFL have held behind-the-scenes briefings with the Scottish government, medical authorities and Uefa about a strategy. (The Sun)

Hibs to back players

Hibernian will stand by their players after they supported the club by deferring their wages, says owner Ron Gordon. (Various)

Hagi attracting interest from Spurs and Lazio

Ianis Hagi is attracting interest from Tottenham and Manchester City, according to Giovani Becali, the brother of Steaua Bucharest owner Gigi Becali.

He told the Sun: "I have been asked personally by Jose Mourinho and Txiki Begiristain about Ianis Hagi.

"They wanted to know about him and how he was getting on.