Rangers have released a video giving an idea of what the new-look Edmiston House will look like – and eagle-eyed fans think they’ve spotted a glimpse of next season’s home kit.

With Rangers preparing to open the rebuilt Ibrox landmark featuring a club museum, retail store and event space, it was the images of the potential kits that caught the eye.

Featuring a white collar and white cuffs, the shirt looks like classic Rangers shirts (from the brief glimpses available) and Gers fans will no doubt be rushing to buy it when it is released next month.

The rebuilding of Edmiston House is part of a wide-ranging project around the stadium to improve the overall experience for fans and provide more non-matchday services to supporters.

The work is being done to tie in with the club’s upcoming 150th anniversary, with a limited edition kit also to be released later in the year as well as new away and third jerseys.

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While the images in the video might just be a placeholder rather than using the existing kits, fans were excited at the little glimpse they got as they come down from the high of watching Steven Gerrard’s side win their first title in a decade.

Here are some of the comments from Rangers fans on Twitter:

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