ADMINISTRATORS at crisis-hit Rangers say there won't be any announcement on staff redundancies at Ibrox before tomorrow.
The SPL champions entered administration 16 days ago after owner Craig Whyte claimed they could not pay their bills.
Redundancies are inevitable with reports suggesting up to 11 players could be among those to lose their jobs.
It was expected an announcement would be made today as part of the cost-cutting process.
However, a statement released this afternoon read: "Duff and Phelps, the administrators of Rangers Football Club, advise all media there will be no announcement today in relation to staffing levels in any department of the Club.
"Discussions are on-going regarding potential cost saving measures and announcements will be made at the earliest opportunity, most likely tomorrow."
Rangers are awaiting the outcome of a crucial tax case against HMRC, which Whyte, who bought the club for £1 last year, claims could leave them facing a bill of up to £75million.