Just In; If Rangers make it into the actual Champions League, they will receive a late-window budget increase this summer, insiders have told Football Insider.

Rangers are now content to finish second in the Scottish Premiership this year, which will guarantee them a spot in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, four games away from the league stage.


According to sources close to Football Insider, Scottish clubs value league phase football at least Β£35 million.


Before the summer break, Philippe Clement’s team is rumored to have created two shortlists: one with Champions League qualifying and one without.


The Rangers team may not play in the playoffs until August 20–21, but if they make it to the postseason, they should be prepared to approve several high-profile additions prior to the transfer deadline.


The giants from Glasgow are hoping that the progress they’ve achieved since Clement’s arrival would also make them appealing to top summer targets.


The Gers qualified for the playoffs this season under the direction of former boss Michael Beale, however they were eliminated at the last round by PSV Eindhoven, 7-3.


The Champions League league phase, which takes place from September to January, will now feature eight games for all qualified clubs due to a format modification.


In addition to automatically qualifying, the extra games will give the Scottish Premiership winners a much-needed cash boost.


In other developments, following “whispers,” John Lundstram is now anticipated to depart the Rangers.


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