Sources: Rangers not interested in Aberdeen’s Bojan Miovski

Sources: Rangers not interested in Aberdeen’s Bojan Miovski
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 06: James Tavernier of Rangers vies with Bojan Miovski of Aberdeen during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Rangers FC and Aberdeen at Ibrox Stadium on February 06, 2024 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Rangers are NOT thought to be interested in Aberdeen’s Bojan Miovski after Celtic, Championship and Premier League clubs and now Dutch giants Feyenoord were named as interested parties for the North Macedonian striker’s signature.

Macedonian sources quoted the Eredivisie champions as now looking to the striker as a rebuild for next season gets underway as they prepare to lose their manager:

“The former European champion and the current champion of the Netherlands, Feyenoord from Rotterdam, joined the race for the signature Macedonia’s Bojan Miovski.

According to the Dutch media, the Štipjanic player is one of the options for the 2024/25 season, in which Feyenoord will change the “ruvo” in all lines.

In previous months, Miovski has been linked with Celtic and Premier League clubs. His good performances earned him a place in the team of the season in the Scottish elite category.

Miovski is playing the most successful season of his career. In the Scottish Championship, he is in third place on the list of scorers with 14 goals. In all competitions, the Macedonian in 48 appearances for Aberdeen scored 24 goals and distributed four assists to his teammates.”

Previously we’d been told Norwich and ourselves are interested, but now we’re not too sure, and in fairness, there’s been absolutely no overtures whatsoever that Rangers have any iota of desire to secure the Dons striker’s services.

This may just be a player Philippe Clement and the management staff just aren’t looking at at all.

Many Rangers fans might be surprised at that, given he’s starting to peak at just 24, and is a big lad who has caused many defences issues this season, but how many times have we seen average players shine in the SPL only to crash at much higher levels after getting their move?

Louis Moult is one such – did average in English lower leagues, ‘smashed it’ with Motherwell, looked to be joining Rangers, then crashed with Preston and every other club thereafter. He’s currently languishing back at Dundee Utd.

Another is Lyndon Dykes. A modest striker at modest levels, he did well at Livi and seemed destined for Rangers but went to QPR and has been modest there too.

So just because Miovski sparkles at Aberdeen doesn’t mean much. He was average till he got there, and we’re not sold on him at Ibrox Noise anyway.

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