Rangers continue Hampden talks amid Ibrox chaos as Murrayfield contact made

Rangers are continuing discussions with the Scottish FA over using Hampden for their first home games of the new season.

The club announced recently that Ibrox would be out of commission for the beginning of the campaign as work continues on the Copland Road stand. The Light Blues would have to seek new accommodation and they have already been involved in talks with the SFA about potentially using the national stadium.

The BBC now report that these conversations are ongoing after initial contact was made last week and there are more planned ahead of the coming season where they'll play the likes of Motherwell and Ross County away from Ibrox with Hibs and other clubs also potentially playing away from their home stadium depending on how long the works continue.

The same publication also claims Scottish Rugby chiefs have been contacted about the use of Murrayfield, with the capital stadium set to host a friendly between Rangers and Manchester United on July 20.