Rangers fans have had to be really patient in order to get their hands on their new kit for the 2018/19 season. The club had been ordered by the court to hold off releasing their new jerseys for a few months after Sports Direct successfully won an interim junction against the club.

After waiting for months to buy it, a few Rangers fans on social media expressed their disappointment with the quality of the shirt and instead said that they actually preferred the team’s training kit. While the Gers badge had been ironed-on in their home kit, it had been properly stitched on in the training gear that was available for sale.

So, naturally one would expect the demand for their training gear to be high. However, Rangers fans have been taken aback with the staggering price that JD Sports have listed for one of the training kits on their website. JD have listed the price for one shirt at a whopping £999.99. Rangers fans online couldn’t believe their eyes when they came across the price.

Check out how some Rangers fans reacted below:

In all likelihood, JD have probably just made a typo while listing the price. Otherwise, its safe to assume that they are unlikely to sell even one shirt, irrespective of how popular the training kit has proven to be among Rangers fans.

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