Four men arrested and warrant on Whyte over sale of Rangers in 2011
The four were detained after a series of dawn raids on Friday morning.
Four men have been arrested in connection with the ongoing investigation into the alleged fraudulent acquisition of Rangers in 2011.
Around 6am on Friday officers from Police Scotland, assisted by officers from Thames Valley, Cheshire Police and Surrey Police raided addresses in England and detained four men.
They have now been arrested and are currently detained in police custody.
A 50 year-old man was arrested in connection with alleged involvement in a fraudulent scheme to acquire Rangers FC and alleged offences in contravention of the Companies Act (2006).
The other three men were all arrested in connection with alleged involvement in a fraudulent scheme to acquire Rangers FC and alleged attempt to pervert the course of justice.
Their ages are 49, 50 and 53.
A police spokesman said a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
It comes after an arrest warrant was issued for former Rangers owner Craig Whyte as part of an investigation into the 2011 sale.
Mr Whyte took control of Rangers in May 2011 but the club went into administration in February the following year.