Court case may free Old Firm giants Celtic and Rangers chance to leave SPFL for a bigger league  

Bosman lawyer Jean-Louis Dupont insists Scotland’s top clubs stand to benefit from a new legal challenge to UEFA’s stance on cross-border leagues.

Minnows FC Swift Hesperange have filed a lawsuit against Europe’s governing body and the Luxembourg Football Federation.

If successful, it could open the door for the likes of Celtic and Rangers to boost their earning power by taking part in transnational leagues with bigger television markets.

Backed by the club sponsors, Swift Hesperange claim UEFA’s opposition to cross-border leagues has hampered their ability to join a proposed Benelux League with teams from Holland and Belgium.

The club have filed a claim with the Tribunal D’Arrondisement in Luxembourg insisting UEFA and their national FA are restricting their prospects of growth via…

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