Scottish Premier League chief executive Neil Doncaster has told Rangers not to expect any special treatment if they apply for re-entry to the top-flight as a newco.

Prospective new owner Charles Green - who met with Doncaster and Scottish Football Association counterpart Stewart Regan at Hampden on Thursday - is keen for the club to exit administration via a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA). If a CVA is not possible, the consortium fronted by Green may be forced down a newco route instead.

Doncaster was quoted in several newspapers saying: "We will continue to deal with clubs equally under the rules. Our job is to apply those rules, without fear or favour to every single one of the 12 member clubs. That's what we will do."

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