Glasgow Rangers are reportedly fighting their Old Firm rivals to bring Cameron Bruce to Ibrox.
The Lowdown: Upcoming prospect
At just 16 years of age, Bruce is an upcoming prospect in Scottish football.
Hailed as a ‘graceful player‘ by Queen’s Park Director of Football Marijn Beuker upon signing a two-year professional contract with the Scottish Championship club, he has already made two senior appearances for them, and now looks to be a player in demand.
The Latest: Old Firm battle
As per The Scottish Sun, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s team are fighting Old Firm rivals Celtic to sign Bruce, and both have already had bids rejected for the left-back.
However, Queen’s Park have no intention of cashing in on him at the moment.
The Verdict: One for the future
Bruce is certainly a player for the future and if he were to sign for the Light Blues he would likely slot straight into the B side to further his development, but van Bronckhorst may even take a punt on him in the first team if he feels that he is ready.
Should Rangers sign Bruce?
Fellow left-back Borna Barisic has been linked with a move away from the Teddy Bears before the transfer window closes, which could potentially open the door for Bruce to play understudy to new signing Ridvan Yilmaz.
Nonetheless, to get one over their Old Firm rivals by signing him would be welcomed by the Gers supporters.
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