Rangers chief executive Charles Green is travelling to Zurich in a bid to negotiate with UEFA a settlement to repay £3 million ($4.5 million) of debts owed to European clubs.
Rangers is set to start the new season in the Third Division and is currently speaking with the
Green has revealed he will travel to
"It is not inconsiderable, it is about £3 million that has been accumulated as part of the historical baggage.
"These are oldco debts newco has got to face up to and this is the frustration we've had as a group where at times we are newco so we have to sit in this particular box.
"However when it is convenient we are still oldco so we have to suffer the sins of the fathers.
"Nevertheless what I want to go and say to these clubs as well as UEFA is that we are here for the long haul, we want to be honourable, we are people who face up to responsibility but we want some help in meeting these because we do want to get Rangers back to the top of the pile and when we do get back into
"We don't want them to be waived, we don't expect them to be waived and part of me says why should a club waive its debts when it's done its thing honourably.
"Equally I think I would like the clubs and UEFA to recognise these are not my debts, this is a gesture and for them to work with us where we can come to some amicably agreeable settlement and move forward together as friends."
Green also believes there has been a change in attitude from the fans towards him and revealed they can ultimately own up to 50% of the club.
"I am trying to do a job that rescues Rangers for the fans and for the people who own this club.
"They can own up to 50% of this and again if fans choose not to buy shares then that is their right.
"The opportunity is there, we will have fulfilled our promise to fans and that is the next step."
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