Rangers are close to a deal for West Brom’s Tyler Roberts, according to reports.
The English striker, 19, has spent the past two seasons on loan at Oxford United and Walsall among others, and Rangers’ bosses are said to be seeking a pre-contract for the youngster to grab him at the end of the season permanently when his current deal expires.
Hot on the heels of interest in Devante Cole and the near-confirmed capture of Nottingham Forest’s Jason Cummings, Rangers are making serious strides to rebuild the mess Pedro Caixinha left following his sacking, with what appears to be a great number of shrewd acquisitions and impressive names coming into Govan, and Roberts would likely be one for the future.
Declan John (permanent), Sean Goss (loan) and Jamie Murphy (loan) are already confirmed with both Cummings and Norwich’s Russell Martin to be confirmed over the next 24 hours as well.
Meanwhile Rangers’ bid for Jordan Jones, said to be somewhere between £350,000 and £500k depending who you believe, has been rejected with Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke falling over himself in outrage over the sum apparently being far too low.