According to recent reports, Glasgow Rangers could miss out on the signing of Jonson Clarke-Harris this summer, as a Premier League side are lining up a move for the centre-forward.
The report by Football Insider claims that a recruitment source has revealed Sheffield United are targeting the Peterborough United centre-forward in the summer transfer window, as the relegated Premier League side look to add attacking reinforcements to their squad in a bid to return to the top flight on the first go.
Rangers have also been linked with a summer move for the 26-year-old – reportedly sending scouts to watch the striker in action for the League One side – with the club thought to be considering potential replacements for Alfredo Morelos, who could be set to leave Ibrox at the end of the season.
Do you think Gers should make a move for Clarke-Harris this summer?
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Having only joined Peterborough from Bristol Rovers last summer, Clarke-Harris has certainly impressed in his short time at the club, scoring a quite remarkable 28 goals over his 42 League One appearances this season, as well as averaging a WhoScored match rating of 7.30, which would rank him as the Gers’ sixth-best performer.
As such, should Rangers indeed miss out on landing the striker this summer, it would represent something of a blow for Steven Gerrard and his side, who, even if Morelos does not end up leaving the club this summer, will undoubtedly be looking to strengthen his squad ahead of their Champions League campaign next season.
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