Ibrox star in court today.
Glasgow Rangers goalkeeper Grant Adam has been arrested and charged by police in connection with making alleged sectarian remarks during a night out.
Adam — the brother of Liverpool and Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam — is alleged to have committed the offence early on Sunday morning in Glasgow.
Strathclyde Police say they “can confirm a 20-year-old male has been charged in connection with an alleged sectarian breach of the peace.”
Grant Adam has been a member of the Old Firm club since leaving school and is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Adam, who is third-choice goalkeeper at Rangers, is expected to appear in court today and could face jail under new laws – although that is unlikely.
Rangers is traditionally supported by the Protestant community in Glasgow and has an intense rivalry with Celtic, which is followed by the Catholic community.
Rangers has been fined on a number of occasions by UEFA for sectarian chanting by fans.
This problem is the latest development in the sectarian issue affecting Glasgow with Celtic manager Neil Lennon receiving death threats and bombs.