Fans of Glasgow Rangers have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relayed a report which claims Gers boss Steven Gerrard is interested in bringing Scott Wright to Ibrox this month.
The report by Sky Sports claims that the £220k-rated 23-year-old will be the subject of an approach by Steven Gerrard’s side this month, despite the fact that Gers could offer the winger a pre-contract deal now and then sign him for nothing upon the expiry of his contract at the end of the season.
So far this season, Wright has impressed over his 13 Scottish Premiership appearances for Aberdeen, scoring two goals and providing two assists, as well as averaging a WhoScored match rating of 6.72 – ranking him as the club’s 11th-best performer in the Scottish top flight.
However, after news of Rangers’ interest was relayed on Twitter by Sky Sports Scotland, fans of the club flocked to have their say on the matter, with many appearing less than happy at the news.
Would Scott Wright be a good signing for Rangers?
So, what exactly did these Rangers fans have to say about their club’s reported interest in Scott Wright?
“We’ll give them 50k in this window.”
“He is a good prospect along with Hedges, the only question is are they good enough to slot in as replacements I.e. the way Bassey can do for Borna. If they are able to do that then great, but if they aren’t at that stage then waste of money.”
“Pointless move, he won’t get a game. I’m sure he may be a decent player however look at Stewart & Hastie decent players yet they can’t even get a look in. As a Rangers fan, I think we should only go for folk who have the potential of getting in the first 11.”
“Will be 24 by the start of next season, only played 75 games for Aberdeen, had his injuries to deal with including a cruciate injury last season.”
“Naaaa yer alright”
“His injury record as dreadful. Don’t quite understand this one tbh.”
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