Rangers and Celtic to do battle again for another rising Scottish star

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Rangers and Celtic look set to do battle again for another promising young Scottish player, this time Dundee’s Jack Hendry.

The Parkhead side recently secured St Mirren’s Lewis Morgan, albeit Rangers did not appear to put up much of a fight for the brightest prospect in the Scottish Championship; Rangers have joined the queue for Neil McCann’s most prodigious talent following early December reports Celtic were interested in him as well.

The 22-year old centre back got onto Mark Allen and Graeme Murty’s radar significantly in recent weeks, and with Bruno Alves’ injury and future in doubt, along with that of Fabio Cardoso, Rangers’ definite defensive options have been limited to Danny Wilson and David Bates.

Furthermore former defender and current DM Ross McCrorie, as Ibrox Noise brought you last night, is set to miss out on some game time following an ankle injury, albeit that injury is thankfully not as serious as first feared, but it rules him out of being one of the utility CB options.

Hence the acquisition of Hendry would be a canny move by Rangers chiefs. Here is hoping they can beat Celtic to the punch this time.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I like Hendry…not sure if we have the money they are looking for unfortunately …but we do need another CH and hopefully the excellent Mc Crorie is not to badly injured

  2. The way that we have been conducting ourselves makes it highly unlikely we have the finances to compete with any team if it does not involve it being a loan deal basically we are skint another point Pena snots on the club badge he is still our player so lets boot him right out the door for firstly stealing club property and secondly for desecrating it we dont have anyone in a position of power prepared to stand up for us we should have at least made a comment on his disgraceful act

  3. Come on MA! …Show Some Balls!
    We lost Morgan with No Fight
    Lets not Have The Same with Hendry

    Plus Morgan is just gonna be another Scott Allan

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