Rangers will be forced to play their football in the Scottish Third Division next season after the SFL clubs decided their fate today.
Spanish outfit Granada have confirmed the signing of Juanma Ortiz following his exit from Rangers.
Rangers have been boosted by the news Dorin Goian has vowed to see out the remaining two years of his contract.
International clearance for the five players that have left Rangers newco has been put on hold as their current status is disputed.
Carlos Bocanegra admits he doesn't know where he will be playing his football next season.
Steven Naismith said the chance to work under manager David Moyes was one of the reasons he opted to move to Everton.
Rangers' newco will not be playing in the SPL next season after the rest of the league voted overwhelmingly against their entry.
Jamie Ness will put pen-to-paper on a four-year deal with Stoke once the Potters have received international clearance.
Stoke are closing in on a move for Jamie Ness and hope to have a deal wrapped up by the end of the week.
Midfielder Andrew Mitchell has pledged his future to newco Rangers after putting pen-to-paper on a new one-year deal.
Steven Davis says he has turned down a move to the newco Rangers for the good of his career as he needs to play at a higher level.
Charles Green has threatened legal action against those players who refuse to transfer their contracts to newco Rangers.
Rangers face a battle to keep hold of Steve Davis as Southampton are reported to be lining up a move.
Bury have issued a statement dismissing reports they could be bought out by Rangers in order to get the club into the English leagues.
Charles Green says he will fight tooth and nail to secure a future for Rangers after Walter Smith's consortium withdrew their bid.
Rangers will discover on July 4 whether they will be able to play in the SPL next season, as the rest of the league prepare to vote.
Rangers were omitted from the SPL fixture list after an application was made to transfer their place to a newco, Iain Blair confirmed.
Charles Green has admitted that he is frustrated with the levels of negativity surrounding his plans to save Rangers.
Ally McCoist's future as Rangers boss remains uncertain but Charles Green insists he wants him to stay.
Administrators Duff and Phelps say Charles Green's bid to buy Rangers is a "done deal" and no larger offers can be accepted.
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