Rangers must tie up a deal for on-loan striker Jason Cummings this summer after it emerged that the club are said to reportedly be “open to offers” for hitman Alfredo Morelos.
It is news that might come as a shock to supporters of the club as the Colombian only put pen to paper on a new deal at Ibrox in March that would see him through until 2021 following a January and February where the player was strongly linked with a switch to China.
But now with the club set to listen to offers for the player who at U20 international level has notched up seven goals in six appearances, the powers that be will have to concentrate on replacing the goal threat the 21-year-old possesses.
And they can do that with a player they already have in their ranks.
The Light Blues are said to be readying talks with the Nottingham Forest forward who has been given limited opportunities for the Gers but when called upon – particularly in the Scottish Cup – he has delivered with four goals in three starts.
It’s for this reason that Rangers must seal a deal for Cummings who, if given the chance, can replace Morelos and become the main man up front at Ibrox.
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