Rangers owner Whyte not prepared to pay over the odds

Rangers owner Craig Whyte will not be forced into paying over the odds for players after missing out on Israeli forward Tomer Hemed.

Rangers owner Craig Whyte will not be forced into paying over the odds for players after missing out on Israeli forward Tomer Hemed.

‘Gers were beaten to the punch for the Maccabi Haifa star by Spanish club Real Mallorca, who offered more for his services, and Whyte insists he will not be pressured into paying big transfer fees to strengthen the Scottish Premiership-winning squad.

"(Manager) Ally (McCoist) has targets in mind and we are actively negotiating to bring in several new players," Whyte told the Scottish Daily Mail.

"The fact Hemed has gone elsewhere is disappointing but we will not overpay for players. He was not our first choice anyway.

"Rangers has no bank debt now," he continued. "If I hadn't come in, Rangers wouldn't have gone bust.

"But they would have been forced to sell the best players and substantially reduce the wage bill."

 
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