The midfielder has chosen to veto the transfer of his contract to Charles Green's newco but insists he is leaving solely for "football reasons" and not financial onesRangers midfielder John Fleck has claimed that the club's new owners "told lies" prior to their takeover and launch of a new holding company.
New owner Charles Green opted to re-form the Scottish giants as a newco after his bid to exit administration via a company voluntary arrangement was rejected by tax body HMRC.
Several players, including Fleck, have now chosen to fight the transfer of their contracts to the newco and hope to move on to other clubs.
Reports indicate that Rangers are focusing on gaining entry to the Scottish First Division after failing to garner the support needed to allow them to immediately re-enter the Scottish Premier League.
But the 20-year-old midfielder insists he is leaving the club purely for football reasons and not because of money.
"It's terrible," Fleck told the Daily Record. "You'd never think this could happen to a club like Rangers.
"But a couple of people have taken over the club and just told lies. It has not been great for the boys or the staff.
"Some of the fans think the boys are just leaving to get more money but I am going for football reasons."
Fleck, who spent time on loan at Blackpool last season, also revealed he has not met Green but acknowledged an element of distrust amongst supporters for the new man in charge.
"It seems the fans don't trust Green but I have never met the guy," Fleck explained. "I was at Blackpool on loan so I wasn't around the place.
"I've not spoken to anyone from the club over the summer and that's a bit disappointing.
"I don't know what the best thing is. It all depends on if Green is the man to take the club forward but I don't think the fans believe he is."