Nikica Jelavic's proposed £4million move to Rangers hit a snag when Rapid Vienna announced the striker would be playing in Europe against Aston Villa on Thursday. The long-running transfer saga looked to have concluded when Rangers chief executive Martin Bain reached an agreement with all parties and the 24-year-old finally agreed to sign.
However, the Austrians backed out at the 11th hour and insisted instead that Jelavic will play against Villa in the first leg of their Europa League play-off.
An angry Bain described Rapid's U-turn as unacceptable - but still expects to see the player at Ibrox on Tuesday.
"We have agreed personal terms with the player having already reached an agreement with Rapid on his transfer fee," Bain told the Daily Record.
"But his club have moved the goalposts and this is not acceptable. We expect the player to be in Glasgow in the next 24 hours to undergo a medical."
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