Rangers icon Barry Ferguson has urged his former side to try and sign Hibernian midfielder John McGinn and says he is “disappointed” that the Gers are yet to make an effort.
McGinn, 23, has been in outstanding form for Hibs since their promotion to the Premiership and has made 23 appearances across all competitions this term, scoring four goals and supplying four assists.
The Express has previously reported that Celtic have sights on the midfield dynamo, whose fine form in the past couple of seasons has seen him earn his first of five senior international caps with Scotland.
Now, Ferguson is hoping that Rangers can try and sign McGinn and has tipped the player for stardom in the future.
“I’d love to see him at Rangers.
He added: “I think he’s got everything a modern-day midfielder needs.
“I think he can go to the top.”
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has recently revealed that director of football Mark Allen will take charge of any ins or outs in the January transfer window
It is perhaps unlikely that the Light Blues would be able to make any significant additions to their side, especially with how much Pedro Caixinha spent in the summer on a host of players who have seemingly been unable to reach the standard required.
Hibs manager Neil Lennon has previously said that McGinn would cost over £4million for anyone who wants to buy him and that is perhaps way too much for Rangers.
In other Rangers news, Chris Sutton made a bold claim after the Gers’ win against Hibs on Wednesday.