RANGERS have revealed a portrait of King Charles III has been hung up at Ibrox.

The club tweeted a picture earlier today showing the portrait of the King hanging on the wall above wood panelling with the caption "God Save The King".

The team has had a picture of Queen Elizabeth displayed on the wall of the home dressing room since it was managed by Graeme Souness.

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STV reports Souness, who was manager from 1986 to 1991, previously said on talkSPORT: "When I was at Glasgow Rangers… we have an old fashioned dressing room with great, big, high ceilings and it was crying out for a portrait of our Queen.

"So, I instructed (the kit man) Doddie, who was the boss of the dressing room – not the tallest of chaps – so he went out and got this picture that was slightly bigger than him.

"And he put it up in the dressing room and it’s still there today, and I’m proud I was responsible for that."

Rangers will play against Bayer Leverkusen in Ibrox this afternoon.