RANGERS players will ask for a meeting with the club's prospective new owners next week to seek detail and answers about their vision of the way ahead.
Allan McGregor, Steven Davis, Steven Naismith and all of the other senior players can leave for bargain transfer fees this summer because of clauses they negotiated in return for taking pay cuts to save redundancies in March. Players could seek to utilise those clauses if they do not like what they hear from the preferred bidders who will be chosen in the next few days by administrators Duff & Phelps. The players and their union, PFA Scotland, also believe their contracts will become null and void – and the squad could leave immediately and for free – if Rangers go into liquidation and are reformed as a "newco".
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