CELTIC idol Chris Sutton has taken aim at Rangers over his Ibrox access snub.

It emerged last night that the BT Sport pundit would be refused entry to the stadium for the broadcaster's Thursday night Europa League coverage.

The Scottish football pundit was scheduled to work at Ibrox for both Celtic's away match to Bayer Leverkusen then Rangers against Sparta for Giovanni van Bronckhorst's first game in charge.

However, the broadcaster now look set to cover both matches from an empty Celtic Park after Sutton's Ibrox access issues.

It comes after Sutton and Neil Lennon were not able to work for the same broadcaster at Ibrox back in September.

The pair were deemed to be "security risks" with BT Sport in September releasing a statement confirming the "security concerns" from Rangers.

Reports at the time suggested that Sutton would not be best welcome at Ibrox due to his previous comments about the club while working as a pundit.

With it now appearing that the club will not allow for Sutton to work inside the stadium again, the Englishman has aimed a dig at the Ibrox outfit.

Referencing the club's inclusivity initiative, the former striker simply tweeted: "Everyone anyone..."

A previous Rangers statement on the matter read: "We have complied with all UEFA contractual obligations to facilitate BT as host broadcaster."