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Scottish Football League in talks with streamers over rights deals

Organisation reportedly in talks with Eleven Sports, as well as Amazon and Facebook

The Scottish Professional Football League has reportedly been holding talks with streaming service Eleven Sports regarding a new TV rights deal.

According to the Daily Mail, Neil Doncaster, chief executive of the SPFL, has reportedly also held talks with both Amazon and Facebook over the rights deal, which clubs hope to have agreed by April next year.

The paper claims the deal could be worth up to £40 million, the biggest in the SPFL’s history.

BT Sport and Sky currently pay around £21 million per year to share 60 Scottish matches but now the broadcasters want to operate separately.