Former Aberdeen player Willie Miller has urged Glasgow Rangers and the Dons to come to an agreement over Scott Wright this month, saying the player is “destined to join” Steven Gerrard’s side.
Wright must move
Writing in the Aberdeen Evening Express, Miller was adamant that Wright should move to the 54-time Scottish champions. He said:
“Scott Wright seems destined to join Rangers and could leave Aberdeen this month or at the end of the season.
“My opinion is that if the attacker has decided he wants to move on, then it would be better that a deal is done sooner rather than later.
“A player swap deal has been mooted. Rangers could pay a fee or, with the Reds buying Ross McCrorie in the summer, a deal for Wright could be worked into that.
“I would rather the clubs could agree a deal which suits both of them in this window.”
Sooner rather than later
As Miller says, it would be better for all involved if this deal were to be completed sooner rather than later. With Wright entering the last few months of his contract (Transfermarkt), he clearly has little desire to stay with his current employers for too long. As the Gers enter the business end of what is a crucial campaign for them, it would be ideal for Gerrard to get a new face through the door to provide a bit of extra impetus, especially one with five assists to his name this term.
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Either way, it seems that a deal should be agreed for Wright at some point. It may just require a bit of patience from Ross Wilson and co.
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