Wilson seemingly has the potential to become a superstar, having bagged a whopping 49 goals at youth level last season.
The 16-year-old centre-forward has been capped 11 times by Scotland at Under-18 level and already scored eight goals.
The clubs have been in talks over a suitable package ‘for months’, but Rangers rejected Villa’s latest offer of around £300,000 (via The Athletic).
Unless one of the two sides agrees to compromise, the matter could be settled by a FIFA resolution committee.
Romano shared the news about Wilson in a tweet on Monday morning.
Villa are ‘set to sign’ the ‘talented Scottish striker from Rangers’ with ‘personal terms now agreed’.
He’ll officially become their player at the beginning of next month.
He adds that former Gers boss Steven Gerrard has been ‘the main factor’ in Wilson’s decision to move to the Midlands.
This will be a blow for Rangers, who went to great lengths to try to persuade the starlet to commit long-term.
Football Insider claimed that Wilson was offered the most lucrative first-year professional deal in the club’s history. Giovanni van Bronckhorst and director of football Ross Wilson met with the player and his family to try to win him over.
The Gers could yet lose a senior player to Gerrard and Villa this summer too, with transfer insider Dean Jones telling GiveMeSport last week that the Premier League ‘seem to be in a good position to negotiate’ for Calvin Bassey.
In other news, Rangers have a potential Alfredo Morelos replacement in mind.
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