Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday could soon be on his way to Hibernian, according to a report, and Gers fans think the 26-year-old’s time at Ibrox is up.
According to the Scottish Sun, Hibs boss Neil Lennon wants the Gers midfielder to swap Glasgow for Edinburgh as his side prepares for life without Scott Allan and Dylan McGeouch this summer.
The Sun also claim Halliday has been told he has no future at Ibrox under incoming manager Steven Gerrard, with the Light Blues said to be “keen” to move him on.
Gers fans are keen to see the midfielder move on after a largely disappointing spell with the Light Blues – and an aborted loan in Azerbaijan with FK Gabala earlier this season after being frozen out by Pedro Caixinha.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:
If Hibs want Andy Halliday then nothing less than 2 million.
If Hearts want him, 500k is fine.
— Chris ✡ (@BCSJ7RFC) May 18, 2018
If we somehow manage to trade Andy Halliday for John McGinn, Mark Allen's portrait should go up next to Struth in the trophy room
— Ibrox Loyal (@IL_Official) May 18, 2018
Personally, if Hibs want Halliday I’d sell for £250,000. Good move for all parties and a good move for Halliday from a football POV. Shake hands, thank him for his efforts and move on.
— Jamie (@jamiecurrie89) May 17, 2018
Hibs want Andy Halliday. I suppose we’ve all forgotten the way they behaved in the Scott Allan saga. Even if it means losing money sell him to someone else.
— Gazborangers (@gazborangers) May 18, 2018
Is there honestly someone interested in buying Andy Halliday ?
— Jamie (@JMac92) May 18, 2018
Why would we not sell a player to a certain club if the deal suits us
— kg bluenose (@GoldKrisgold) May 18, 2018
I don't think Andy halliday would want to play against Rangers so can't see him moving to another Scottish team. I also can't see us doing any business with Hibs due to the ongoing issues we have with them.
— Willy (@SpatestonBear2) May 18, 2018
Halliday joined the Gers in 2015 under Mark Warburton and was a regular in the starting XI until Warburton left the club in early 2017.
The boyhood Gers fan spent the first-half of the season out on loan before being recalled by the Light Blues in January after failing to make an impact in the former Soviet state.
After struggling to get into the side following his return, Halliday started the final few games of the season after an injury to left-back Declan John meant that he filled in as a makeshift defender.
In other Rangers transfer news, the club are in hot pursuit of a 6’4″ colossus who could be signing of the season.