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£595m deal could now be ‘terminated’ after Rangers twist

Rangers know they can get a bigger and better fee from Sky Sports if the media giant cancels its broadcast deal with the EFL.

That’s the opinion of financial guru Kieran Maguire, dedicated to Football Insider As the fate of the SPFL TV deal hangs in the balance.

This daily mail Talks between the two sides over a new four-year, £118m deal have broken down, reports Monday (September 5).

It is understood that Rangers, who previously said the rights were undervalued, in fact vetoed the deal for failing to respond to a resolution to increase access to the game.

Sky paid £595million to broadcast the EFL during its last five-year contract, reports The Sky Guardian.

Maguire predicts that if broadcasters decide not to renew their contracts with the EFL, they could return the SPFL rights with better offers.

“If Rangers thought broadcasters had better deals elsewhere, you can understand the stance they took.,” He says Football Insider Adam Williams.

“At the same time, the rest of the SPFL clubs will feel they have a good long-term relationship with Sky.

They may also think it is possible to expand if the EFL deal with Sky is terminated.

Both parties will feel they have a strong case. I firmly believe that the best way to solve this problem is through negotiation.

In other news, pundits predict a ‘massive’ transformation at Rangers following a ‘change everything’ development.

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