Rangers have tabled a contract offer for Stoke City forward Tyrese Campbell, according to Football Insider.
The reputable football outlet claims the Light Blues have offered a long-term deal in order to try and entice the 20-year-old to make the switch to Ibrox.
According to the report, Steven Gerrard’s side are looking to beat a number of Premier League teams and bitter rivals Celtic to Campbell’s services.
It is suggested that Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, and Wolves are also tracking his progress this month.
Celtic and Rangers both have the cross-border advantage of only being made to pay £300,000 fee to secure Campbell in the summer.
Despite that, it is reported that they are happy to complete a deal this month instead of waiting until the end of the season.
The Gers target can play on either wing as well as down the middle as a striker, offering great versatility to Gerrard’s side should they complete a move.
With Alfredo Morelos and Jermain Defoe both in great form, it would be likely that Campbell would add strength in depth behind the likes of Joe Aribo and Ryan Kent.
Campbell starred against Huddersfield recently for Stoke, scoring a long-range effort as his side sealed all three points with a 5-2 victory.
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