Rangers players agree wage cuts

Rangers’ administrators have confirmed players have agreed a wage-reduction deal that has secured jobs at the club.

Duff and Phelps say there are minor issues to be resolved but a deal is in place to keep the playing squad intact and prevent redundancies among the general workforce.

In a statement, joint administrator Paul Clark said: “We are pleased to announce today a package of cost-cutting measures has been agreed with the Rangers playing staff that enables the club to move forward.”

Full report to follow.

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