As reported by The Express, ex-Rangers chairman Sir David Murray wants to become involved with the Ibrox club again and is considering making a financial investment in the Glasgow giants.
He hasn’t been involved since selling his shareholding at Ibrox to Craig Whyte for £1 back in 2011, a moment that set off a series of events that would lead to financial disaster for the club and cause years of upset to supporters.
Murray’s name is inextricably linked with a period of great trophy success at the club, but his legacy has been overshadowed by years of increasing bank debt, tax scandals and ultimately the sale to Whyte.
Fans have reacted poorly to the recent report linking him with a return, many feeling it would be harmful to the club or is simply unrealistic.
With things going so well on the pitch right now for the Light Blues, this is a distraction nobody needs ahead of the huge match against Celtic on Sunday.
Supporters took to Twitter to share their thoughts…
Any Rangers fan who would welcome even the smallest of involvements from Murray ever again is insane and clearly didn't notice the suffering he caused. Irreparable damage. https://t.co/8gopKFpkBL
— Jordan Campbell (@JordanC1107) March 7, 2018
When I see David Murray’s name and Rangers in the same sentence… pic.twitter.com/2E3JzbdEaE
— Michael (@MichaelSeafarer) March 8, 2018
— RangersHistory (@RangersFACTS) March 8, 2018
Don’t know what to believe when it comes from the Scottish media but I Wouldn’t want any David Murray’s money no matter how much he’d want to invest, he can get so far to f*#k
— ⭐⭐James⭐Boyle⭐⭐ (@grannysnips) March 8, 2018
David Murray suddenly wants back now we're on the up. I'm sensing a pattern here. Naishame, Lafferty…. pic.twitter.com/IbIPtUFryL
— Liam (@Liamwatp) March 8, 2018
Things going well, wee bit of optimism finally and up pops a story about Murray?
Coincidence I’m sure….hang on!
— Heart & Hand (@ibroxrocks) March 7, 2018
David Murray back at Ibrox, what a disaster and slap in the face that would be.!!!
— Anne Inglis (@ainglis56) March 8, 2018
He should never darken our door again. Let him invest his money in Ayr United, we’re doing just fine without this loathesome individual.
— Scott Daley (@Suscarbe) March 8, 2018
God no ffs
— Peter Ramsay (Boris) (@boris1873) March 8, 2018
Don't want him anywhere near us.
— BB (@Tyndale7) March 8, 2018
No quotes, not even a 'someone close to Sir David/Rangers. That's not to say that @ScottBurns75 hasn't information on the subject. But it's a no from me and I'd think the majority of Rangers fans (not that we'll have a say on the matter).
— Smiffy (@Smudger_69) March 8, 2018