Neil Warnock thinks Rangers and Celtic would have the ability to end within the prime six of the Premier League.
It’s a debate that has raged on for a few years in regards to the high quality of the Scottish Premiership in contrast with the English prime flight.
Jamie O’Hara triggered controversy because of his feedback on talkSPORT the place he mentioned the Bournemouth job ‘was larger’ than Rangers and prompt Steven Gerrard ought to transfer to the south coast membership.
Middlesbrough boss Warnock instructed BBC Scottish Soccer podcast: “When you put Celtic and Rangers down in England, you’re speaking in regards to the prime six.
“These two golf equipment, in the event that they bought the cash that the English golf equipment have coming in, they might spend it.
“They’d spend it on good gamers and they’d then compete.”
He added: “I have a look at Celtic and Rangers – I don’t take into consideration Man City or Liverpool, I feel they’re manner forward – however I feel the remaining beneath that, Man United, Chelsea, I feel Rangers and Celtic would greater than deal with that.
“The cash that the Premier League [clubs] get, it wouldn’t take lengthy (for Celtic and Rangers to compete) – inside 18 months, two years.”
Man United and Chelsea completed third and fourth within the Premier League respectively with Leicester in fifth and Tottenham in sixth.
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The riches within the England’s prime flight dwarf the cash acquired by Scottish golf equipment, which is clear from the type of switch charges paid.
The document switch coming in was Tore Andre Flo when he was signed for £12.5million by Rangers in 2000.
Celtic’s document signing is Odsonne Edouard, who price £9million from Paris Saint-Germain in 2018.