30m takeover bid to see off Dave King and retake control of Ibrox club Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMike Ashley is believed to be circling Rangers once more this time with a view to taking over the club as he looks to win his long running feud with Ibrox chairman Dave King.
Newcastle United owner Ashley is ready to make another move for the Glasgow side, a purchase that would see him finally take control of his long time target, according to the Sunday People.But the Sports Direct billionaire is understood to be 'shocked' at the state of the club and is promising significant investment if a takeover deal can be struck.Joey Garner says ref John Beaton right not to send him off for kicking rival up the backsideFury: Fans protest over the hated retail dealAshley is opposed to working with King, who ousted him from the board two years ago although he remains a significant shareholder with just under nine per cent of the stock.A source has told Sunday People Sport that Ashley is ready to make a comeback and a ray ban models purchase price of around could seal the deal.The source said: "The current situation is unacceptable Mike knows that. Rangers are set to finish behind Aberdeen and are more than 30 points behind Celtic."He is prepared to invest but he will not work with the current owner, who he feels has done little for the club in the past two years."Referee John Beaton slaughtered for hat trick of howlers in Rangers' Scottish Cup demolition of Accies(Photo: Daily Record)This will not, however, affect his running of Newcastle set to win promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking as there are no regulations to prohibit the ownership of two clubs operating under different national associations.The news that Ashley is once again eyeing taking control at Ibrox comes just two weeks after former Rangers chief executive Derek Llambias appeared on TV and demanded that King show the fans where the money is at the club.Llambias who was appointed chief executive at Ibrox in December 2014 launched the broadside during an interview on Sky Sports.The former Newcastle United managing director joined the Ibrox board as a non executive director in November 2015 having worked closely with Ashley on Tyneside.He was removed from his role on the board after King's EGM victory in March 2015.Derek Llambias has urged Dave King to show people the ray ban occhiali colour of his moneyAnd Llambias reckons nothing has changed during the Ibrox chairman's two years at the helm despite promises of a warchest and over investment in the playing side in order to close the gap with Celtic and then overtake the Parkhead club.Following former manager Mark Warburton's departure last month King insisted in a withering statement that had been put into the club since his takeover, although he stopped short of detailing how much of his own cash had been invested.Speaking on SkySports Llambias said: "Last time I spoke to you guys when we were voted off I asked 'where was the money? where was the cash?'."There was no money, there was no Nomad, there's no listing and rayban rayban rayban we're two years on and it's exactly the same.
Where is the money?"To be honest with you, the club has got great history, wonderful traditions and they just need somebody with a lot of money behind it who are going to produce the goods."Rangers insist they remain hamstrung by what they view as the punitive Ashley deals, struck by ray ban 2140 wayfarer Charles Green in his last acts as chief executive, such as retail contracts.The old Rangers board comprising James Easdale, David Somers, Derek Llambias and Sandy Easdale held their AGM in a tent on the Ibrox pitch.
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