By Anthony Onifade

6th May, 2023 | 1:40pm

Rangers news at Ibrox as new investors may arrive after Shareholders update

Fresh investors may soon arrive at Rangers football club after what shareholders are doing behind the scenes at Ibrox, according to Scottish Daily Mail journalist Stephen McGowan.

It’s been a few weeks of much change at the Light Blues after former chairman Douglas Park, Craig Mulholland, Ross Wilson and Stewart Robertson all leaving or confirmed themselves to be leaving at the end of this current season in what looks to be a significant refresh behind the scenes at Ibrox.

And according to McGowan writing for the Scottish Daily Mail newspaper [6 May, page 114], there could be more change behind the scenes at Ibrox with new investors potentially arriving.

He wrote: “Shareholders are still converting loans to equity. A quest to settle scores with Scottish football has alienated the very clubs they need in their corner to shift Neil Doncaster from the SPFL.

“Where it really matters, meanwhile, defeat to Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final condemned a jaded team to a trophyless campaign.

“Zipping up body bags in the Blue Room will make space for new faces, possibly fresh investors.”

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Much has been made of how much funds Michael Beale will be allowed to utilise in order to kickstart his much-needed Rangers rebuild underway in the coming weeks.

There have been calls from the fans and those associated with the Light Blues for months now for big changes at Ibrox, and they look to be finally happening, although at a much quicker rate than expected.

And given what has happened in the last week or so, with changes behind-the-scenes at the club amidst the disappointing Scottish Cup semi-final defeat with Celtic, it seems as though the Rangers shareholders are certainly working efficiently in terms of their equity loans to make way for new investment in order to finally provide the club with the new impetus they need to topple their rivals once again.

Rangers are in desperate need of fresh ideas though, with the danger of becoming too far behind the qualities of their Old Firm rivals Celtic both on and off the pitch becoming a real possibility if things don’t change soon.

This is arguably one of the biggest summers of the club’s history as they attempt to transition into a new and improved era, and for that to happen, the Rangers board will certainly have to put their money where their mouth is.

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