Rangers have made no official bid to sign Oli McBurnie - report
Rangers have once again been linked with a move to sign Sheffield United forward Oli McBurnie in the summer.
The Daily Mail reported that the Bears are looking to bring the boyhood Gers fan back to Ibrox in a £15million move.
After Sheffield United were relegated back to the Championship ahead of next season, the door appeared to open for the injured Scottish international.
The Sheffield Star have shared a major update on Sunday.
Reporting on their website, it has been shared that no official bid or contact has been made between the two parties over a potential move.
It is insisted that Steven Gerrard rates the forward £5million lower than his valuation at Bramall Lane after they paid £20million to Swansea.
Slavia Jokanovic has recently been appointed after the sacking of Chris Wilder, and it is suggested that he has a huge decision to make over the summer.
Steven Gerrard knows better than to potentially splash £15million on a striker who only managed to score once in the Premier League last season.
The Heart and Hand podcast recently shared that there was nothing in the links, although that hasn’t stopped it picking up more speed recently.
With Alfredo Morelos, Kemar Roofe, Fashion Sakala, Cedric Itten and Jermain Defoe all potentially still at the club next season, there is no need.
McBurnie has suffered a big injury recently, and it will take time for him to recover.
The striker has admitted previously that he would love to play for Gerrard at Ibrox, so that will be why this rumour keeps surfacing every single year; time to ignore it.