Celtic-daft Alan Brazil has made sensational claims that there is a SPLIT in the Rangers dressing room following their Dubai winter break.

The talkSPORT pundit revealed on air that he has been told that the training week did not go well. Coinciding with a slump in form since the Light Blues returned to Glasgow from their camp.

Brazil - who has never been shy aiming jibes at the Gers in the past - claimed the camp "did not go well" and that it may be to blame for their "disaster" league campaign where they currently lie 13 points behind the Hoops.

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The former Manchester United star also speculated that boss Steven Gerrard could walk away from Ibrox sooner rather than later. "I think he could be gone, I think Steven could walk away," Brazil said on talkSPORT. 

"All I can say, Ally [McCoist] is on with me tomorrow and he'll know more than me, but I'm told Dubai didn't go well and there's a split in the camp, by all accounts.

"This is remarkable, they played well in the cup final and lost, then beat Celtic at Parkhead. They've done well in Europe but the Premiership has been a disaster for them, this time going down to Hamilton.

"I wonder if Steven is going to say, 'It's not working, I'm not getting the respect'.

"Will he walk away? There's no chance he'll get sacked, but will he walk away? There's a big chance."