According to the report, the plans to shut down the stadiums for supporters could come into effect as early as today.
A meeting of the UK government’s COBRA committee is expected to move the country from the “delay” phase to the “contain” phase of the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of that, the newspaper reports that there will be a dramatic change to footballing events down south – something which is likely to be repeated up north.
After numbers across the UK began to touch 500 cases, there is growing panic over what comes next after major health catastrophes in China and Italy.
As part of the proposals, the Times claims that matches will not be shown in pubs to avoid people congregating and that season ticket holders will be able to stream matches for free.
The UK government are said to be planning on implementing these proposals once the confirmed number of cases breaches 500, which is likely to be today.
Rangers have two high-profile matches at Ibrox this week with no plans to postpone or play tonight’s tie with Bayer Leverkusen at Ibrox behind closed doors.
The club are also set to welcome Old Firm rivals Celtic to the stadium this weekend with both matches set to attract crowds of over 50,000 people.