The Scottish champions and Ross County are the only clubs to invest money into Covid-19 testing equipment as the SPFL make plans for next season.
Earlier this week, it was agreed with Sky Sports that teams in Scotland could sell virtual tickets to offset the potential loss in ticket revenue as games will have to be played behind closed doors, with no fans.
Now, the SPFL have asked clubs to invest £35,000 each so the league could purchase enough testing kits and set up a system. (source)
Only Celtic and Ross County have agreed to stump up the money required as this is vital to resume football next season.
We understand why other teams will be hesitant to pay money as we are still unsure how finances will look next year.
However, this money must be paid if these clubs wish to start the season and their players to stay safe.
We are confident that the remainder of the clubs that have not paid their fair share will do so in due course.