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Andy Walker's Rangers finance assessment as he makes 'nothing there' winter transfer cash admission

Andy Walker says Rangers fans have every right to question where the club's financial gains have gone this year.

Ibrox boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst has again doubled down on his assessment that his team can't compete financially in the Champions League after ending their Group A campaign with six straight defeats. There's no huge transfer chequebook coming their way this winter, despite generating tens of millions from selling players like Nathan Patterson, on top of a run to the Europa League final.

Former Celtic and Scotland star Walker, speaking on Go Radio, reckons it goes to show that any notion of a squad overhaul in January can be forgotten in the wake of van Bronckhorst's honest admissions. He explained: "If you are talking about a rebuild at Rangers, then you need money.

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"When Rangers sold Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassey, Joe Aribo, got to a Europa League final, qualified for the Champions League and all the ticket sales that involves , you would have Giovanni van Bronckhorst would have spent post-qualification before the games started.

"And you would have thought that there would have been money available in January. It seems as though Giovanni van Bronckhorst is being absolutely open, honest and up-front - there's nothing there.

"I think it's reasonable of any Rangers fan to ask 'really?' Where has all of that money gone?"

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