Top players would NOT join Rangers or Celtic in the British Super League rumor, according to Andy Goldstein.
The talkSPORT host is adamant that most of the big football stars want to play in London.
Reports claim that a Premier League reform could see the two Old Firm giants playing in a British Super League.
It would spur Rangers and Celtic prosecution, however, Goldstein insists they still won’t be able to attract world-class players.
He told talkSPORT: “What makes Rangers or Celtic fans think just because they play Premier League football, a superstar will be drawn to these clubs?
“You still have to live in Scotland. If you mainly look, London is where all the big stars go.
“If you look at clubs based further north than Manchester and Liverpool, for the sake of the Newcastle and Sunderland argument, the further north you go the harder it is to attract top players.
“It’s a fact.
“Simply because Rangers and Celtic have the money… if a great player like Kylian Mbappe becomes available, you have the choice to live in Scotland. [or London].
“Just because they will play Premier League football doesn’t mean that it has nothing to do with their success or not.”
Rangers won the Scottish Premiership title for the first time in 10 years this season as Celtic collapsed under Neil Lennon, who finally stepped down as manager in February.
Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara believes the Gers would thrive in the British Super League, while Celtic would be relegated.
He told talkSPORT: “For now, if they were sent tomorrow, I think the Rangers would survive, they would stay standing.
“If you put them in the Premier League now I think Rangers would stay with Steven Gerrard in charge. They have had a great season.
“Celtic would collapse, I would put them in relegation.”