Charles Green has insisted that under his ownership Rangers will be “a success on and off the pitch”.
The tycoon was speaking at a media conference at Murray Park on Sunday at which he was unveiled as the new boss of the Ibrox side.
The club’s future had been in doubt after preferred bidder Bill Miller backed out and the Blue Knights’ consortium withdrew their bid.
Mr Green, former chief executive of Sheffield United, revealed that he had already struck a deal with Craig Whyte to secure transfer of Mr Whyte’s shares.
He promised fans transparency and warned that not all decisions his consortium took would be popular.
He said: “At all times we will make decisions that are in the best interests of the club. Not every decision at a club can be popular but I can tell every Rangers fan now that whatever decision is taken they will always be told the truth.”
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