Sunderland ready mega money offer for Ross Stewart as Rangers circle for new transfer
Rangers are still looking to sign Sunderland forward Ross Stewart as they plan to replace Cedric Itten this summer, according to the Daily Record.
The newspaper has reported on their website that Giovanni van Bronckhos and Ross Wilson have taken on a long list on transfer targets from their scouting department.
It is reported that Sunderland are readying a “mega-money” new contract in order to keep the Scotland international at the Stadium of Light as interest grows.
Rangers are still also kicking on with their interest in PAOK forward Antonio Colak with many options on the table for their new-look final third at Ibrox.
With Sevilla also potentially ramping up interest in Alfredo Morelos, it is very possible that more than one new striker could come through the door this summer.
Stewart is definitely a potential option, with English clubs also set to represent very stiff competition.
Premier League duo Brighton and Brentford, as well as Norwich City and Swansea, are sniffing around as Stewart looks set to make a huge decision on his career soon.
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Wilson and Van Bronckhorst look ready to make their move as they look to really kickstart this summer window.
Celtic, Hearts and Hibernian have all moved very quickly this summer, but Rangers have somewhat bided their time as they look to get their reinforcements right.
Of course, contract talks may have taken centre-stage early on and that paid off with Connor Goldson sticking around, but now a different hat has to be put on.
Now that most of those have been done and finalised, we have to get to work and put our foot down in this transfer window, as we can’t be left behind.
Stewart would be a start, but that is it.
The Scotland international shined in the third tier of English football last season, but that isn’t enough to get us out of our seats over this transfer link.
We are never ones to question Van Bronckhorst or Wilson, though, so this is certainly one we would get behind should it happen in the end.