RANGERS have released a statement confirming that the individuals involved in a video featuring a "racist chant" about Celtic player Kyogo Furuhashi have been identified, and will not be allowed to attend any future games.

Last night Rangers launched an investigation after the social media video showed fans appearing to chant a racist song about the Celtic forward.

The footage, filmed on a supporters’ bus, emerged yesterday afternoon, when the  club were in Dingwall for a 4-2 win over Ross County.

In response, a Rangers spokesperson said: “Rangers condemns all forms of racism and discrimination.

“Those who partake in such behaviour are not representative of our club or the loyal support who have stood by us through thick and thin.

“We are currently investigating to identify the individuals involved.”

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This afternoon the club said: "The individuals involved have been identified and will be banned indefinitely from all Rangers games.

"Furthermore, the RSC of which they were members and travelled with to the game, have been banned from receiving tickets for future fixtures," the club added.