Dundee United have challenged Rangers chief executive Charles Green's claim that the Ibrox club's football debts have all been settled.
Green stated on Monday that Rangers had made payment of all outstanding debts to other Scottish clubs but United have been moved to issue a statement claiming that they are still owed money.
The appointment of administrators at Ibrox left several Scottish clubs out of pocket but following his consortium's purchase of assets and transfer of the SFA membership, Green said that he and his backers would clear the debts.
Hearts had confirmed that they received £300,000 that was due from the transfer of defender Lee Wallace but United and Celtic were not available for comment.
Now, Dundee United have said that they have not received funds and are raising the matter with the football authorities.
A statement on the club's official website read: "Following recent press reports and consequent follow up enquiries, Dundee United confirm that the outstanding sums due from the Scottish Cup tie played at Ibrox Stadium last season have still not been paid.
"This matter now rests with the football authorities and no further comment will be made by the club."
In an interview on Rangers website on Monday, Green said that the Scottish Premier League had committed to pay United on the Ibrox club's behalf.
"The club was given a written commitment from the SPL in May that it would settle an outstanding debt to Dundee Utd," the chief executive said.
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