Jordan Campbell has now revealed the latest on a potential Glasgow Rangers exit for Jack Simpson.
The Lowdown: Simpson rumours
There have been rumours going around that the Ibrox faithful have accepted a bid from QPR for Simpson, while both Middlesbrough and Swansea City have also been linked with a move for the former Bournemouth man.
Should Rangers start Simpson?
He is not getting much game time at all for the Gers, having only played in five matches across all competitions so far this season, so an exit on Transfer Deadline Day does look likely at this stage.
The Latest: Campbell update
As per The Athletic journalist Campbell, reports linking Simpson with a move to QPR are ‘untrue’, and while both Swansea and Middlesbrough have made enquiries over a potential loan deal, Rangers would prefer to sell him on a permanent transfer. Campbell revealed:
The Verdict: Sell
If the Gers can negotiate a permanent exit for Simpson, then they must do at all costs. He is simply not playing enough and would not be a big loss to Giovanni van Bronckhorst and his squad.
Thus, given that he is 25 years of age, they could still get a decent transfer fee for him should they be able to sell.
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