Sky Sports deal set to be pushed after breakthrough despite Rangers' reservations
Livingston had joined Rangers in raising concerns over the new contract after failing to respond to a “qualified resolution” to change voting procedures in Scottish football’s top flight. However, it is understood the West Lothian outfit have signed off on the alteration, paving the way for an acceptance of the renewed terms with Sky.
Under the new contract, Sky would increase their live match package from 48 games to 60 games from the 2024/25 campaign, with the annual fee going up from £24m to £30m up until 2029.
Rangers have accused the SPFL of selling the right for less than their value but it now appears their concerns will not be heeded.