Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to speculation linking Sir David Murray with investment in the Ibrox club.
Current Rangers chairman Dave King has worked with Murray at Rangers before, but he may be reluctant to allow the 66-year-old to make a return to the Ibrox club, claims the report.
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to shock speculation linking Murray with investment in the Ibrox club.
Below are some of the best comments:
Rangers Fans , what are your thoughts on the “so called roomers that David Murray wants to invest in Rangers again”— Neil (@n3ilmc82) March 8, 2018
Good idea .... bad idea.... I think why sell to CW for £1 and put us behind Celtic for years to come back again
Wouldn't sell David Murray a season ticket He never invested a penny into Rangers he used Rangers to offset his losses at his metal company— I'll be Frank (@Frank_282930) March 8, 2018
If Murray is back on the rich list he wants everyone to know about it, what’s the best way to get his ego massaged? Mention it in a conversation about Rangers, that will get the info column inches.— Ian Andrew (@ian46a) March 8, 2018
He's still got his £1 receipt I think!— Alex Eaton (@weejamie007) March 8, 2018
hope it never happens, last thing Rangers need— susie blue (@ulstersmyhome) March 8, 2018
Exactly! Anybody that says differently is only thinkin he'll plough loads a cash in.— Alex Eaton (@weejamie007) March 8, 2018
Strange how he appears again, the first signs of people taking notice again of our club unless it's just another media ploy to unsettle us before the Tic game.
Let's be honest David Murray reinvesting in Rangers is about as true as the ten milli bid for Morelos— - (@lewism_20) March 8, 2018
If Murray wants to put money into Rangers then so be it. I’m sure DK will be desperate to secure outside investment.— Jordan (@JRS_1872) March 8, 2018
Rangers will return to action on Sunday afternoon when they take on Old Firm rivals Celtic at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.
Graeme Murty’s side will head into the Old Firm derby with confidence, and one should not be surprised if they pick up all three points against Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic.