Motherwell attacker Jake Hastie has agreed personal terms with Rangers as he closes in on summer transfer, Football Insider sources understand.
The Glasgow giants are closing in on the capture of Hastie, who is out of contract at ‘Well at the end of the season and able to leave for a compensation fee.
A club source has told Football Insider that the 20-year-old has agreed the terms of a four-year deal with Rangers worth £15,000-a-week including bonuses.
This will provide the Motherwell academy product with massive pay hike and demonstrates the massive strides he has made since returning to his club in January after spending the first half of the campaign on loan at Championship strugglers Alloa Athletic.
Hastie has made a big impact at Stephen Robinson’s side, netting six goals in 13 games, with five of those strikes coming in league fixtures.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has given the green light for the arrival of the Scotland Under-21 international as his club take advantage of the player’s availability in the summer.
Hastie may join another young winger, Kilmarnock ace Jordan Jones, who signed a pre-contract agreement with Rangers in January, in making the move from a lesser SPL light to Ibrox.
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