Despite having joined Osijek’s B side recently, Mile Todorov could still end up at Rangers in the future.
According to a report by Daily Record, it is believed the Light Blues could bring the former trialist back to the club in the summer on another trial or sign the player if they believe he has developed further during his time in Croatia.
The Macedonian midfielder spent some time at the club’s training base earlier in the season and is believed to have made a positive impression on those at Ibrox.
The 19-year-old can play as a defensive midfielder or he can operate on the right-hand side and is understood to be a highly rated prospect in Eastern Europe.
Rangers are no strangers to Osijek, having played against them in the Europa League qualifying stages, as well as signing Borna Barisic and Eros Grezda from them in the summer.
It will be interesting to see if Steven Gerrard decides to give Todorov another chance to impress at Rangers next summer.
With him playing regular football for Osijek’s B side, the teenager could certain develop further and it would be in the interest of the Light Blues to use the option of handing him another opportunity to show what he can do.
However, with a number of defensive midfield options already at Ibrox, whether a similar type of player to Todorov would be needed remains to be seen.
Rangers fans – thoughts?