Rangers owner Dave King has admitted that the sale ofBarrie McKay made him furious
Speaking at the Rangers AGM, as quoted by the Nottingham Post, King suggested that a lesson has been learned by this incident and Rangers will strive to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
He said: “We ended up selling him for half a million pounds.
“In my personal view, and it is something that has been discussed internally, this had been bad management by ourselves.
“We have sold players for less than market value and it’s something we need to make sure doesn’t happen in the future.”
McKay spent six years at Rangers and played 140 times for the ‘Gers before moving to the English Championship in the summer.
On the park, Rangers achieved their best result in weeks with last night’s 3-0 win over Aberdeen.
The win moved Graeme Murty’s side to within three points of Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
The teams meet again at Pittodrie this weekend, and a win for Rangers would put them ahead of the Dons in the league table on goal difference.
In other Rangers news, Graeme Murty praised Ross McCrorie for his performance against Aberdeen last night