SPL investigate Rangers payments

The Scottish Premier League have launched an investigation into allegations that Rangers made undisclosed payments to players.

The probe, instigated at a board meeting today, comes in the wake of claims from former Rangers director Hugh Adam that some payments were not included in official contracts that were registered with the SPL.

A statement from the league read: “The SPL board has instructed an investigation into the alleged non-disclosure to the SPL of payments made by or on behalf of Rangers FC to players since 1 July 1998.”

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