Rangers have thrown out a £500,000 bid from Sheffield United for Josh Windass – and Rangers fans are unhappy with the “insulting” six-figure offers made for the former Accrington striker.
The Blades, as exclusively revealed by Football Insider, are the third club to have had a bid rejected this month with Wigan and Preston also making offers for the 23-year-old.
Windass has been a key part of the Rangers side over the last 12 months and has started to find a bit of form under manager Graeme Murty, scoring five of his six goals this season since Murty took charge in October.
Rangers fans want the Ibrox giants to keep a hold of the former Accrington star if clubs don’t come close to a reasonable price for him.
Here are some of their comments on Twitter:


Windass has made over 50 appearances for the Gers since signing in 2016 alongside former Accrington team-mate Matt Crooks.
After spending much of his first season on the fringes of the first-team, Windass became a regular starter under Pedro Caixinha.
The 23-year-old is under contract until 2020 and has a £3.5million release clause although it’s likely the Light Blues would settle for £2million.
Windass has scored six times in 24 appearances this season for the Gers.
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