By Will Butcher

Rangers fans are willing to see their club sell Martyn Waghorn on Twitter after a report claimed three English clubs were tracking his progress at Ibrox.

The Daily Mail claim Garry Monk’s Leeds are eyeing the former Leicester ace, while Nottingham Forest, Huddersfield and Sunderland are also keen.

Waghorn, 27, has been inconsistent throughout the 2016-17 campaign but remains the Gers top scorer with 15 goals in 31 league and cup appearances.

Possessing similar attributes to Leeds striker Chris Wood, Waghorn could be eyed as a direct competition to start up front for the Championship promotion hopefuls.

Newly-appointed Forest boss Mark Warburton could look to raid his old club in the summer, while Huddersfield and Sunderland are looking to add fire power in the attacking third.

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Rangers fans have reacted on Twitter in surprising fashion, with many willing to see the sale of their number 33 if Waghorn’s asking price is met by any interested parties ahead of the summer transfer window.

Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Waghorn was in sublime form last term, as the Gers finally secured promotion back to the Scottish Premiership, as he scored 28 times in 36 outings to regain top-flight status.

With a contract at Ibrox until the summer of 2018, it remains to be seen how much the 54-time Scottish champions would charge to allow Waghorn to jump ship in the summer.

In other Rangers transfer news, here are three reasons why this on-loan midfielder should quit his parent club and sign for the Gers on a permanent basis.

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