RANGERS supporters have been filmed appearing to sing vile racist chants directed at Celtic playmaker Kyogo Furuhashi.

Footage emerged online of fans on a supporters bus headed to Dingwall for the match against Ross County chanting racist abuse of the Japanese midfielder.

Gers fans on the packed bus-load of Rangers supporters also appeared to reference historic sex abuse in another vile chant.

A short video shared on social media, which has been viewed more than 100,000 times, highlighted the horror abuse.

Furuhashi, known as Kyogo, was targeted with two separate chants.

The first, one previously aimed at Celtic great Nakamura, saw Rangers supporters chant disgusting lines.

Fans then sang “Let’s all do Kyogo” while appearing to perform a sick racist eye gesture.

Police Scotland say there have been no reports of the incident so far.

Rangers have launched an investigation into the incident to try and identify those involved.

A club spokesman said: "Rangers condemns all forms of racism and discrimination.

"Those who indulge in such behaviour are not representative of our club or the loyal support who have stood by us through thick and thin.

"We are currently investigating to identify the individuals involved."

A Celtic statement read: “If reports are accurate then such sickening and pathetic racist behaviour directed towards Kyogo Furuhashi deserves absolute condemnation.

“Unfortunately, a number of Celtic players in recent years have suffered similar racist abuse. As a club open to all, we stand firmly against racism in all its forms and we will give Kyogo our full support. All stakeholders must work together in tackling all forms of bigotry."