Glasgow Rangers have already sold out their home shirt for the 2020/21 in some sizes, according to The Daily Record.
On Wednesday, the Gers released their new kit for the upcoming campaign, which was the first one to be made by new manufacturing partner Castore after their £25m deal was signed off. The anticipation for any new kit is usually palpable – the fact that a new company was making this shirt has only added to that.
The initial numbers have been revealed and, according to one Ibrox insider, some sizes of the shirt have already sold out. Only 50,000 shirts were available on the opening day and, with a retail price of £60 per unit, the club appear to be closing in on a very cool £3m windfall in less than 24 hours.
This is just the latest indication that the Gers supporters cannot wait for the next campaign. Recently, the club has confirmed that 40,000 people have bought season tickets for the new term despite it still not being clear when fans can return to stadiums, while 20,000 have also signed up to their new MyGers membership scheme.
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This latest news is just another boost to the club from a financial point of view, but it is something that manager Steven Gerrard will be keeping an eye on. The expectation amongst the supporters is as high as it has ever been in the last few years – he cannot afford to let them down.
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