Mark Warbuton dismissed claims of departing Rangers

// Published March 3, 2016 by content

Mark Warbuton shrugged off claims that were linking him with a move away from the Scottish club as he stated that its not in his interest of leaving the club and the English manager also took the chance to talk about the finances and transfers of Rangers.

Rangers are currently positioned at the top of the Scottish Championship League after having secured 60 points from their opening 24 matches.

During the winter transfer window it was rumored that Mark Warbuton was going to make his way out of Rangers if the chairman of the club Dave King did not sign top players in the previous transfer window but Warbuton has stepped up to banish those rumors.

“The last thing we can do is spend money inappropriately. The money is there. We are happy with that. If we find a player at the right value who will add quality then we’ll move. But we won’t pay over the odds. And we won’t be forced into a panic buy.’’

“The chairman is over here. I have met with him and gone through it. It’s about strong foundations. We said that from the outset. We can’t look for short-term fixes. If we do that, we are on a slippery slope.” Mark Warbutton said.

Rangers eventually went on to sign Michael O’ Halloran, Billy King, Maciej Gostomski and Harry Forrester. All of those players were the initial signings of the new year of the Scottish club as they are aiming to win the current season of the Scottish League and are the favorites of doing so after having enjoyed a superb start of the season with 19 victories from their 24 league games and they have a comfortable lead over their closest opponents which is Hibernian.