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Rangers aim to provide stadium clarity 'at earliest opportunity'

Rangers say they will clarify where their early-season home matches will be played at the "earliest possible opportunity".

A delay to building work is likely to "impact" Ibrox amid doubts the stadium will be ready for Rangers' opening games.

Philippe Clement's side are due to host Motherwell and Ross County in August after the 2024-25 Premiership fixtures were announced this morning.

With the Hampden pitch being relaid, Murrayfield has been mooted as an alternative option.

The Ibrox club's statement added: "Rangers thanks our supporters for their patience."

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