Newly-appointed Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told The Daily Record that the club should send some staff over to Barcelona.
Warburton has spent time at a number of clubs in Europe, including Ajax, Valencia, Barcelona and Inter Milan.
The Englishman was especially impressed with a certain employee of Barcelona from whom he believes the Rangers staff can learn a lot.
“Barcelona have an outstanding lady doing their administration, first-class in everything she does,” the 52-year-old told The Daily Record.
“Rangers can learn from that, send your staff over, spend two days there and see what she does.”
It is a brilliant and interesting idea from Warburton, who seems to be determined to achieve long-term success with Rangers.
The Gers are currently in the Scottish Championship, but they are a big club in Scotland and have fans all over the world.
However, there is still room for improvement, and Rangers could learn from how big clubs such as Barcelona are run from an administrative point of view.
Sending staff over to Barcelona for a day or two will cost money, but it will eventually bear fruit and help Rangers grow.