Rangers are still building towards that superpower status they had before their relegation to Scotland’s third tier, but they’re edging closer.

Prestigious clubs are able to use their size and stature to forge links with clubs around the world and arrange mutually beneficial agreements, and Rangers could be set to agree one.

The Daily Record note that the chief executive of Liga MX side Chivas, Jose Luis Higuera, flew to Scotland this week to hold talks with Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha over establishing a partnership between the clubs. Click this link to get a free bet on the weekend’s football.

Caixinha has strong ties to Mexican football after guiding Santos Leguna to the title during his time in charge and he could be using his contacts to establish links with one of Central America’s biggest sides.

Rangers signed Carlos Pena from Chivas as well fellow Mexican Eduardo Herrera in the summer.

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