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Rangers could hold open-top bus parade through Glasgow if they win Europa League

By Ryan McDonald & Holly Lennon

Rangers are in talks to have an open-top bus parade if they win the Europa League next week.

The Ibrox team is set to face ace Eintracht Frankfurt in Seville on May 18, with thousands of fans set to descend on the Spanish city.

If they win the tournament, club bosses are planning to hold a victory parade in the city.

Glasgow City Council chiefs are currently in talks with the club about the celebrations, reports Football Scotland.

A spokesperson said: “If Rangers are successful in next week’s Europa League final there will be an understandable desire for the club to show off the trophy to their fans.

“We are currently in touch with all relevant partners on how such an event might be facilitated.”

Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, Police Scotland's Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow, said: “The Europa League final in Seville will be a historic occasion and getting there is a great achievement for Rangers Football Club and Scottish football.

“A proportionate policing plan will be in place, and we will be working with a range of partners, including Rangers Football Club and Glasgow City Council, to ensure we do all we can to maintain public safety and reduce disruption to the wider community.

“From the outset we hope that fans enjoy their day but ask that they take personal responsibility to behave appropriately and respect Glasgow, its open spaces and its communities.”

Last year, Rangers fans caused widespread disorder after Steven Gerrard's side stopped Celtic winning ten-in-a-row.

Thousands of fans flocked to George Square to celebrate lifting their first Premiership title lift in a decade.

Police reported that 47 officers were left injured from the carnage, while more than 50 people were arrested.

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