Rangers fans have been left in the lurch after the club's travel partners - Thomas Cook - collapsed.

The travel firm plunged into chaos this morning after announcing they had officially ceased trading immediately.

Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers have been left stranded abroad with many others losing out on planned trips in the near future as all flights have been cancelled.

Glasgow holiday chaos as Thomas Cook goes bust leaving 150,000 Brits stranded

Gers had an official partnership with Thomas Cook Sport and fans were offered special travel packages to make it to games including away trips to Porto and Young Boys in the coming months.

A trip to Porto, for instance, cost supporters around £350.


But now Light Blues fans may be out of pocket or, at the very least, will have to make new arrangements.

It is understood other air companies are ready to hoist up their prices in a bid to take advantage of travellers in need.

Rangers have been approached for comment by Times Sport.