By Mike Slater

8th May, 2022 | 8:00am

Rangers could instantly wipe off debt with staggering Europa League jackpot - report

Rangers are poised to earn an eye-watering jackpot worth up to £90million should they win the Europa League.

That’s according to the Scottish Daily Express, who share that future commitments in the Champions League and European Super Cup would bring in the riches.

It is even reported that these developments would wipe out all of the debt at Ibrox within an instance moving forward.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst will just be concentrating on the game itself, but Ross Wilson and the board will know what is at stake.

The game against Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville is already being described as the most lucrative game in the history of any Scottish club.

With the Scottish Premiership all but gone after Celtic’s win over Hearts on Saturday [07 May], this is the main priority now.

Beating Frankfurt would cast a shadow over anything Celtic have achieved this season and would be our biggest win in decades.

Wow.

This is huge on and off the pitch for Rangers.

Bringing in almost £100million would be more than Celtic are set to earn for their exploits in the Scottish Premiership and that is huge.

It would also bring us automatic qualification into the Champions League too, meaning our fierce rivals have literally zero advantage for what they have done this season.

It has already been an incredible season, and even finishing as runners up would be a huge achievement, but this has to be the goal.

After beating RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund already from Germany in the competition, there has to be some confidence.

Wiping clear all of that debt would give us a clean slate and also the peace of mind that no players need to be sold.

New contracts for Ryan Kent, Connor Goldson, Alfredo Morelos and Joe Aribo would need to be made priorities.

Fingers crossed for this huge potential development.

In other Rangers news, One 25-year-old could now be deemed as surplus to requirements at Ibrox this season