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Graeme Souness - Giovanni Van-Bronckhorst - Ally Maccoist - Rangers will earn eye-popping prize money if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt - dailystar.co.uk - Scotland - city Belgrade
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Rangers will earn eye-popping prize money if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt
Rangers are set to make a boat-load of cash if they manage to beat Eintracht Frankfurt in Europa League final tonight.Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side are on the verge of history and could seal the club's first ever European trophy with victory at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan stadium in Seville.Should that happen, the club stand to receive up to £40million in total prize money - which will make for one heck of a title-winning bash should they get the job done - having already bagged £19million courtesy of memorable victories over Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade, Braga and RB Leipzig, reports MirrorFootball.To break things down, the Scottish club will earn £3.4million if they're crowned champions tonight - but that win alone will start a very lucrative domino-effect.Rangers would then also earn £3million for competing in next season's UEFA Super Cup against either Liverpool or Real Madrid, with the winners of that match receiving a bonus payment of £840,000. Victory this evening would also see them qualify for next season's Champions League - which will earn the club a whopping £13.1 million.Such mega prize money would be treasured at Ibrox, especially given that they've only spent a measly £2.6 million on players this season.Can Rangers get the job done tonight? Let us know what you think in the comments section.It's estimated that around 100,000 'Gers fans have made the trip to Seville, though only 9,500 of them will have tickets to the match itself, and a number of club legends - including Ally McCoist and Graeme Souness - have urged supporters to behave themselves."This is a message to all the boys and girls travelling over to Seville to cheer on our team," McCoist said.
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Real Madrid now ‘closely watching Kieran Tierney’ after tracking Arsenal team-mate
Real Madrid are now keeping close tabs on Scotland international Kieran Tierney, having initially started scouting Arsenal due to their interest in Bukayo Saka.Tierney has made 19 appearances for the Gunners so far this season, not only impressing with how strong he is defensively but with his attacking prowess and ability to create chances from out wide.Since making the move to Arsenal from Scottish giants Celtic, the 24-year-old has also shown his versatility in being able to play as a left back as well as a centre-back – and his desire to bomb forward suggests that the left wing-back role would certainly suit as well.According to 90min, La Liga side Madrid are fond admirers of Tierney and are keeping tabs on him as the season draws to a close.They go on to state that Real’s chief has already been and watched Tierney for himself and ‘liked what he saw’, leading to the club to seriously consider a move for the defender.Initially, it is believed that Los Blancos had been intending to scout the Gunners to monitor the progress of England international Saka, but Tierney continued to catch the eye.The left-back has established himself as a fan favourite at the Emirates and former Scotland legend Ally McCoist believes his fellow countryman has all the makings of a future Arsenal captain.Would Kieran Tierney be a success at Real Madrid? Let us know in the comments section."I saw it at Celtic and how the lad developed there," McCoist told The Sun. "Even then, I knew he would be a leader.
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