With the season over Neil Lennon has kicked off the summer transfer scramble by revealing he has made a £3m bid for an unnamed player.
There’s a new man at Ibrox as Charles Green had his offer for the club accepted by administrators.
The final weekend of the campaign saw Darren Mackie and Stephen Craigan bow out of action while Manchester City snatched the English Premier League title from Manchester United.
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The former chief executive of Sheffield United was revealed at a media conference on Sunday.
The Rangers manager says he will talk to Charles Green this week to try and plan for next season.
The Hoops boss says the wheels are already in motion to improve the team for next season.
The Northern Ireland defender bowed out after his team’s 2-0 defeat to Dundee United.
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