CHARLES GREEN will ask Uefa for help in reducing the oldco Rangers transfer fee debts of around £3million owed to European clubs.
Green flew to Switzerland today for a meeting to see if cash owed to the likes of Rapid Vienna, Palermo and St Etienne can somehow be reduced.
"There are oldco debts to certain clubs and it's about £3m," Green said. "They're oldco debts that newco has got to face up to. This is the frustration that we have had as a group where, at times we're a newco so we have to sit in this particular box.
"However, when it's convenient we're still oldco and have to suffer the sins of the fathers.We are people who face up to responsibilities – but we'd like some help in meeting these debts.
"We don't want them to be waived or expect them to be waived... but I'd like for clubs and Uefa to recognise these are not my debts. This is a gesture and we'd like them to work with us so we can agree a settlement.
"When Rangers do get back to Europe, be that five years, 10 years or 20 years, we want to walk back with heads held high."
Meantime, Rangers' first match against Brechin in the Ramsdens Cup on Saturday week is set to be switched to Dens Park, Dundee.
Glebe Park has a 1500 capacity and sources say the club has not go enough time to prepare for the neccesary arrangement with interest set to be huge.
Brechin have already approached Dundee and the SFL will facilitate the request.