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Move could be close in more transfer activity at Rangers as Murty continues Ibrox reshuffle

Rangers fans here in the Tavern are over the moon with their sides recent run of form, as they now look to give themselves the best chance of a European place for next season. 

The Gers have certainly made their ambitions felt so far this transfer window after bringing in five players already, as shock waves are sent right the way through the Scottish Premiership. Although, it seems to be outgoings that are taking effect as the window winds down, with one of their star players now looking like an Ibrox exit is imminent. As according to reports in the Scottish Sun, Rangers defender Danny Wilson looks to be set for a move to MLS side Colorado Rapids with a medical set to take place on Friday.

For a player that was running down the last six months on his current contract, the opportunity to fulfil the American dream was too good to turn down for the 26-year-old as he now looks to seal a switch to the MLS.

Wilson was a miss from the squad that overcame the challenge of Aberdeen with a 2-0 win on Wednesday night, as his future at Ibrox looked to be coming to a close. And, after becoming a favourite of Graeme Murty’s in the heart of the defence, this will be a huge loss for the Gers as their defensive solidity is something they’ve taken great pride in this season.

Landlord’s Verdict: 

Danny Wilson will be a huge miss for the Glasgow Rangers, as a player that always gave his heart and soul for the club. But, it’s important that the Gers move on from this with aspirations to nail down a European spot, as Graeme Murty has his eyes firmly set on securing a full-time job at the end of the season.

Nevertheless, a good move for the defender in a country that’s seen their population grow to love ‘Soccer’ over the years, as he joins the list of British domestic players that now seek opportunities abroad.

Rangers fans… Thoughts on your loss? Let us know down below!!!

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