Last April the Scottish team signed a three-year deal with Hummel as a new supplier, and a few days ago the home, away and third uniforms were presented and already officially worn during the friendly against Bury, but they're not available to buy yet. There is a problem that was born last year and that relates to the relationship with Sports Direct, the English retail company that is headed by Newcastle FC' owner and former Rangers' shareholder, Mike Ashley.

 

In fact, Sports Direct was granted a temporary injunction that banned the sale of products related to Light Blues in their stores: Rangers, in the meanwhile, had expressed their willingness to anticipate the end of their relationship with the British distribution company (which expires at the end of the month) but have been wary of having to pay an amount of about £ 3 million to terminate the license agreement in advance and choose another retailer.

There's a big issue between Glasgow Rangers and Sports Direct It's a complex case that involved the Scottish club, the famous retail group and Hummel | Image 0
There's a big issue between Glasgow Rangers and Sports Direct It's a complex case that involved the Scottish club, the famous retail group and Hummel | Image 0
 

The case became legal and has arrived in London, to the High Court of Justice, which initially gave reason to the British colossus because by contract Sports Direct should have had the opportunity to sell 'some or all products' by equalizing another third-party offer. The case will be discussed again in the coming days as the Rangers Glasgow have requested that the injunction is promptly revoked in order to re-discuss the issues at stake, given that the sports season is about to start and it risks interrupting the cash flow.

We will certainly keep you updated on the news that will emerge in the coming days.