Scottish Gossip: Premiership, Aberdeen, Rangers, Celtic, David Moyes

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Premiership clubs will hold a Covid-19 crisis summit next week amid fears the season may not be completed if fans are not allowed to return to games for six months. (Daily Record)external-link

Former SFA chief executive Gordon Smith believes securing government aid will be key to Scottish football's survival. (Daily Record)external-link

Boss Derek McInnes admits Aberdeen sold Scott McKenna to Nottingham Forest for less than he's worth, but insists the club will recoup his value when he moves to the Premier League. (Daily Express, print edition)

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Aberdeen need to have "the game of our lives" to defeat Sporting in Lisbon and reach the Europa League play-off round, says McInnes. (Press & Journal)external-link

Steven Gerrard has praised his Rangers side's "laser-like focus" in Europe and says they are driven by a fear of "being embarrassed at this level". (Scotsman, subscription required)external-link

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Striker Odsonne Edouard is "itching to play" against Riga on Thursday night after being rested for Celtic's weekend win over Livingston, says manager Neil Lennon. (Herald, subscription required)external-link

West Ham's Scottish boss David Moyes, who must self-isolate for a further nine days after testing positive for Covid-19, is set to oversee the squad's training sessions via Zoom from his east London flat. (Sun)external-link

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