Rangers have confirmed they have banned three more fans from attending matches at Ibrox.

The Light Blues revealed in a statement that they had spoken with Police Scotland to identify three supporters who had been arrested for allegedly singing a sectarian song prior to last weekend's Celtic derby.

The men, aged 24, 21, and 19, will appear in Glasgow Sheriff Court at a later date.

But Gers have announced they are taking the matter seriously and slapped the trio with a ban.

The statement on the club website read: "After liaising with Police Scotland regarding a well documented incident on Sunday, Rangers have written to three individuals to confirm their indefinite ban from all club fixtures.

"We reiterate our Club stance against all forms of discrimination and once again, underline our approach to so-called ‘fans’ who bring the good name of Rangers FC into disrepute."

It comes as Gers also recently banned supporters from a fans' bus for singing racist songs about Celtic ace Kyogo Furuhashi.

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