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Rangers transfer tick policy sums up dire state of affairs at Ibrox and SFA should clamp down – Hotline

Scotland may be gearing up for a Euros party but there were domestics flaring up all across the Hotline. Even with the transfer window being days away from officially opening, Rangers and Celtic fans are getting impatient.

Jimmy Mac, Glasgow, said: “What is it with the Rangers board selling players at a loss so often? Now they’re selling Sam Lammers for a reported £1m loss. Lammers cost £3.5million and reports are Rangers are asking £2.5m? After the half season Lammers had in Holland Rangers should be looking at making a profit not a loss on the fire sale price that's been reported.”

Gerry White isn’t impressed with Rangers’ loan with obligation to buy deal for Oscar Cortes. He emailed: “It highlights the dire state of Rangers finances when they are reduced to buying players on tick. Where are they going to get £5million next year if they don't have it now? It's not as if they are going to win anything next year. The SFA should stop this kind of immoral practice in pursuit of a tainted victory.”

Meanwhile, Celtic fan Gerard Milligan, Renfrewshire, is concerned about the goalkeeping position at Parkhead with no replacement yet signed for the retired Joe Hart. Gerard said: “Celtic have known for three months that Hart was going, so they've had all that time to pick out targets. Why is there no one in the door yet? I'd also like to know what Siegrist has done to be completely ignored by two managers for three years – not even rotating with Bain on the bench.”

It wasn’t long before the calls descended into another Old Firm sledging fest. Gary Stevenson, Newtonhill, said: “Celtic fans should maybe think before calling Scottish trophies Mickey Mouse. People outside Scotland are paying attention, perhaps that's why Matt