Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra admits he is living in fear regarding the current situation of the Scottish club.

The USA national team captain, who played in the 1-0 friendly win over Italy in Genoa on Wednesday night, is unsure about his future with Rangers after the Glasgow giants entered administration and now have to slash wage bills in order to try and get themselves out of a dark hole.

"The mood has changed a little bit where everybody is a bit timid," he said.

"It's just been dark days the last few weeks. Obviously the club is in administration at the moment and people are worried about losing their jobs.

"That's the worst part of it. That's never a nice feeling hanging over your head when you are going into work.

"You have to stay upbeat because you don't know what's going to happen and nobody knows the magnitude of the situation and what is going on."

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