This is certainly news which is sure to amuse fans of Scottish football.
It was reveal today that the controversial former owner of Rangers, Craig Whyte, has agreed to sell the book and film rights to his takeover of the club and it's collapse under his ownership.
Details of the deal were revealed by a stock exchange announcement by Worthingon Group plc, who have bought a 26 per cent stake in Law Financial Limited - one of Whyte’s companies.
Assets of Law Financial Limmited outlined in the statement include Whyte’s legal action against Charles Green contesting the ownership of Rangers.
The statement continued: “It has also been agreed that, pursuant to the agreement certain other related rights, assets and causes of action will be transferred to the Law Financial Group or directly to Worthington.
“Those assets include the Book, Film and Television rights to the two takeovers of The Rangers Football Club in 2011 and 2012 as it relates to Craig Whyte.
“It is intended that these rights will be commercialised in due course.”
Whyte took over the club in May 2011 and under his stewardship went into administration eventually went into administration in February 2012.
The next question is who will play Whyte in the film, John Hannah, David Tennant or maybe Peter Capaldi?
Capaldi would certainly be capable of realistically portraying the level swearing that will be required for the role.