RANGERS chief executive Charles Green has said he will use sex discrimination laws to force Uefa into letting the Scottish side to join the English Premier League. Green has regularly suggested he could campaign for the Glasgow side to join a league south of the border. And his determination for Rangers to join English football has been further strengthened by the decision of Scottish authorities to re-organise their league structure. The proposals, which clubs will vote on before the end of this month, will see Rangers remain in the bottom tier even if they win this season's Third Division title. But Green claimed the Ibrox outfit will ditch Scottish football altogether if the new plans get the go-ahead. "As the structures stand now, there are not many options. But I'm not one for hiding my light behind a bushel," he told TalkSport. "People say you can't go into England because you are not allowed cross-borders (leagues). "Well there is now a cross-border (league). You have a Uefa-sanctioned professional women's league in Belgium and Holland, so we have a precedent there. "If there was an opportunity to join a cross-border league and that was challenged by Uefa, I would go to Strasbourg and challenge the sexual equality." Green also suggested that he would have the backing of Rangers' fans if took the club away from Scotland, even if they had to begin in the lower leagues.