By Harvey Byrne
Manager Pedro Caixinha has hit out at a mole in the Rangers camp, stating in his press conference on Thursday that the club are now working to stop any leaks.
The Ibrox giants have had a troublesome first season back in the Premiership following their demotion in 2012 and it was compounded upon in April when it was leaked that the Gers would only have a nine-day break at the end of the Scottish Premiership campaign.
This brought a threat from the Portuguese boss that he would withdraw co-operation with the media in the event of further leaks.
Now, Caixinha has resurfaced the leaks talk and during his press conference on Thursday afternoon, as covered by the official Rangers Twitter account he revealed that the club are now working to stop any further information getting out without his knowledge.
PC: We are working together to stop any leaks
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) May 11, 2017
Caixinha took control of Rangers in March following the departure of former boss Mark Warburton.
He has since led the team to four victories from eight matches with two draws and two defeats alongside those results.
The Ibrox giants are now all but guaranteed to finish in third place with three matches of the Premiership campaign left, meaning the club will be playing in Europe next season via the Europa League.
This could see the Gers return earlier than usual this summer due to the demands of playing in Europe as well as the domestic campaign and Caixinha will surely want to build his squad as well to cope with next season.
In other Rangers news, a manager has responded to reported Gers interest in 23-year-old.