Rangers defender Connor Goldson has emerged as a target for English Championship side Fulham this month, according to Football Insider.
The 27-year-old has established himself as a mainstay of Steven Gerrard’s starting XI at Ibrox, and has put in a number of impressive displays over the course of this season – so much so that he has earned big praise from former Ger Alan Hutton, as per Football Insider.
And it is understood that his displays have caught the eye south of the border.
The report states that Fulham are looking to strengthen their backline in the coming weeks as they push for a return to the top flight at the first time of asking.
It is believed that the Gers would value Goldson at a higher price than the £3 million they paid Brighton & Hove Albion for him 18 months ago, although it is unlikely that Steven Gerrard is going to green light his exit.
Goldson has played 36 games for the Bears in all competitions this season.
Should Rangers let Goldson go?
There have been times when his performances have perhaps been a little questionable, but fundamentally, he has been much improved this season.
So far this term he has averaged 4.2 defensive duels won, 5.97 aerial duels won, 5.13 interceptions, and 3.78 clearances per game, as per Wyscout.
Those numbers are seriously impressive, and illustrate a player who is becoming increasingly vital to this title push at Ibrox.
He cannot be allowed to leave yet.