Former Rangers ace Brian Laudrup has revealed his devastation at the current plight of the once great club.
The Glasgow giants have fallen into liquidation after HMRC voted against a Company Voluntary Agreement on Tuesday and the Dane, who played for 'Gers between 1994 and 1998, admits that he is gutted by the events at Ibrox.
"Like every Rangers supporter, and I count myself as a supporter, it feels like my heart has been torn to pieces," the ex-Bayern Munich, Fiorentina, Chelsea and Ajax man told SunSport.
"It is devastating and it must be even more devastating for people who have been following this great club for so many years.
"I have been on the internet every day for the last six or seven months to follow what has been going on.
"I have hoped and prayed everything would be all right in the end, but it looks to be a very difficult time right now.
"I spent four fantastic years with Rangers and they will always be in my heart. I said to my wife I'd love to be able to help in any way I could. I'm just not sure how."
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