Harry Redknapp wants Rangers and Celtic to join Premier League as he highlights why Scottish clubs may buy bold idea

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Harry Redknapp wants Rangers and Celtic to join Premier League as he highlights why Scottish clubs may buy bold idea

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More info Group 28 Thank you for subscribing! We have more newsletters Show Me No thanks, close See our Privacy Notice Harry Redknapp says he would love to see Rangers and Celtic try their hand south of the border. The former Tottenham manager says a boost to the game both sides of the north and south divide could be in waiting if it ever happened. Talk of the Glasgow giants heading to England has been an argument as old as time but the veteran boss says he realised how big Rangers and Celtic were during his playing days. Speaking on talkSPORT, Redknapp says big crowds in America showed him the pull they have, and that England is a far shorter trip. He said: "You’re Celtic and Rangers so you understand how big those clubs are but people don’t realise.

I was in America playing and Rangers and Celtic came over and suddenly there’s 50,000 people. They are massive clubs. Two of the biggest clubs world wide. It would be fantastic (if they came to the Premier League). Read More Related Articles James Sands explains infamous Rangers and Celtic post derby dinner snap Read More Related Articles Arthur Numan says his Rangers dressing room would have sorted 'annoying' Morelos "How far is it? Teams fly everywhere so what difference would it be flying to Glasgow than Newcastle or anywhere, it would be magnificent if they came to the Premier League.

" A fear of what it may to do to Scottish football in this hypothetical universe was floated. But Redknapp responded: "Would it not give them a chance to win something? You’d be playing in a league where you’ve got a chance if you’re a Dundee United or a Hibs." Follow Record Sport on Twitter , Facebook and Instagram for all of the up-to-the minute breaking news, video and audio on the SPFL, the Scotland national team and beyond. You can also follow our dedicated Rangers and Celtic podcast pages and sign up to our newsletters to make sure you never miss a beat throughout the season. READ NEXT Read More Related Articles Aleksander Ceferin prepares Celtic and Rangers for Champions League 'evolution' Read More Related Articles Jim Goodwin insists Dundee United captain Ryan Edwards still has part to play Read More Related Articles Kyle Fox 'pulls out' of Rangers takeover bid Read More Related Articles Eintracht Frankfurt fans clash with cops as cars set alight before Napoli game Read More Related Articles Toby Sibbick insists top Scottish clubs would beat English Championship sides Story Saved You can find this story in My Bookmarks.

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