English Clubs Eyeing Rangers Starlet Ross McCausland in Potential Six-Figure Deal

English clubs have reportedly expressed their interest in securing Rangers’ young talent, Ross McCausland, in a substantial six-figure deal. Despite his promising prospects, no new contract has been extended to the player as of now, according to reports by Belfast Live.

The news outlet, reporting on the developments, stated, “Rangers winger Ross McCausland continues to attract interest from clubs in England as speculation mounts over his future.” McCausland, a 20-year-old winger, is currently valued at approximately £300,000 and is due to see his existing contract with Rangers expire next summer. As a result, clubs in England have begun circling in anticipation of a potential January transfer.

Philippe Clement, Rangers’ manager, has expressed his admiration for the young talent, indicating that he envisions McCausland as a crucial part of his long-term plans at Ibrox. Nevertheless, it has been widely reported that no fresh contract offer has been made to McCausland by the club’s management, despite earlier indications that he was in line for an extension.

The situation appears to have evolved, as recent reports suggest that a new deal may not have been formally proposed to the player. Additionally, the fact that Rangers have placed a valuation on McCausland, coupled with the lack of progress on a new contract, hints at the possibility of the club being open to considering a transfer in the upcoming January window.

For Rangers, this presents an opportunity to maximize their financial return on McCausland, given that it might be their last chance to secure a transfer fee for him if he chooses not to renew his contract. It is only logical for the club to monitor the interest from English clubs closely and remain open to the possibility of a transfer, especially if the player continues to make a significant impression on Philippe Clement in the months leading up to January.