Neil Lennon seeks legal advice after Rangers deny him entry to Ibrox
Neil Lennon has sought legal advice after Rangers denied him entry to Ibrox for the Europa League game against Lyon, according to The Herald.
Chris Sutton confirmed on his Twitter account that the Gers believe that Sutton and Lennon represent a security risk and have subsequently denied them access.
However, Lennon has not taken this lying down and has contacted legal experts to see if he is owed some compensation for the Gers denying him access.
A crazy situation.
The Gers are clearly not happy with having Sutton and Lennon present at Ibrox, and if they think they are both security risks, then that is their choice.
However, they might have to suffer the consequences of their actions as Lennon prepares to potentially launch some kind of legal challenge against the Gers.
Remember, both Lennon and Sutton would be working for BT Sport as pundits, but they have been denied access to the ground, and the broadcasters have had to find replacements.
This is a bizarre situation, and it could be about to get very messy if Lennon is advised that he is owed some compensation.
The Gers have clearly decided that both Lennon and Sutton are not welcome at Ibrox, and their actions could lead to this situation becoming worse.
Certainly, it will be intriguing to see if Lennon does decide to launch legal action against the Bears for denying him entry to Ibrox.
In other Rangers news, David Edgar has fired a dig at Chris Sutton after new development.