Rangers’ attacking midfielder Josh Windass is a target for three English clubs, reports claim today.
The 23-year old has suffered an indifferent spell at Ibrox, and doubt has remained over whether or not he is part of manager Pedro Caixinha’s plans, but this latest speculation could help make the Portuguese’s mind up over the playmaker.
Fleetwood, MK Dons and Peterborough are all said to be keeping tabs on him, and with three years still to run on his deal Rangers would hope any bids will be reasonably significant for a player they secured via a modest pre-contract compensation fee of around £60,000 – and the EFL League One trio would all be able to afford a decent six figure sum for the ex-Accrington man.
It would spell the end of a weird former saga at Ibrox where ex-manager Mark Warburton spent months chasing he and fellow Stanley target Matt Crooks, only for neither to work out and one being binned away on loan.
Crooks is waiting on Scunthorpe stepping up their interest in him.