NOTTINGHAM FOREST will fight any compensation claim made by Rangers over Mark Warburton.
The Championship outfit insist they broke no rules in appointing the former Ibrox boss as their new boss.
Rangers chairman Dave King has accused the club and Warburton of engineering the manager’s move away from Glasgow and says he is taking legal advice on how best to seek financial compensation.
The former Brentford gaffer and his assistant David Weir, plus Head of Recruitment Frank McParland, have been reunited at the City Ground after their controversial departure from Ibrox last month.
Forest have made it clear they made no approach to Warburton or his backroom staff while they were still employed by Rangers and say talks began only once they had left the Scottish club.
Club owner Fawaz Al Hasawi made the appointment 11 days ago.