Rangers must brace themselves for major 24-yr-old interest in summer - view
Rangers attacker Josh Windass is perhaps the most improved player in Scotland at this moment in time.
The 24-year-old scored his 16th goal of the season in Rangers’ 4-1 win over St Johnstone on Tuesday night, and is in a rich vein of form, having scored 10 goals in his last six games.
The player was subject of a bid from Preston during the January transfer window, with BBC Sport reporting that the Light Blues turned down a £500,000 offer from the player.
Such has been Windass’ form in recent weeks that it seems inevitable that more offers will come in for the Englishman during the summer and the Light Blues must brace themselves for that eventuality.
The Gers should do their best to turn the offers down though, and the fact that Windass recently signed a new contract at Ibrox – as reported by Sky Sports – should strengthen the club’s hand.
At least if Windass does leave the Light Blues that they will make a good bit of money, but Graeme Murty should be aiming to keep the player to spearhead a new, exciting Gers side which emerged since the January transfer window.
Rangers finally seem to be on the right track after years of floundering, and keeping the likes of Windass at the club would be just another example of that.
In other Rangers news, Gers legend Mark Hateley has revealed that he isn’t a fan of Chris Sutton
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