Rangers' midfielder Kevin Hunt and left-winger Dean Martin have joined a growing list of expatriate players who have been forced to find work elsewhere. Hunt and Martin have joined other non-Chinese players Andrew Clark (Five-One-Seven), Paul Wood, Shaune Teale, Iain Muir (Happy Valley), Paul Foster (Instant-Dict), Lamartine Da Silva (Golden) and Dale Tempest (South China). These players made up almost half the foreign lineup of the Hong Kong League XI who stunned World Cup-bound Chile 3-1 in the Carlsberg Cup Lunar New Year Series in January. Hunt leaves for Singapore today where he will play for S.League side Geylang. His English teammate Martin will travel to Sweden on Monday. The duo were faced with a 50 per cent pay cut if they stayed on in Hong Kong. Yet Hunt said he would try to return after his two-month spell with Geylang. 'I have had a happy time here but there is no way I can take the offer by Rangers,' said the 23-year-old Hunt. 'The Singapore season finishes at the end of July and if I can get something from here, I will come back.' The cash-wrangle over the non-appearance of Paris St-Germain for last Sunday's cancelled exhibition match took a fresh twist yesterday when Hong Kong promoters Fivelax confirmed they were suing the French club. A spokesman for Fivelax said a writ had been issued through Paris-based lawyers demanding 4,050,000 French francs. PSG had been due to play Rangers as part of a four-team extravaganza on May 24 - but stunned promoters just days before the event by pulling out.