Steven Gerrard’s winter recruitment at Rangers does not appear to be slowing down.
Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis have both arrived on loan, whilst Glen Kamara and Jordan Jones have agreed to pre-contract deals ahead of summer switches.
Matt Polster has been on trial with the Light Blues during their Tenerife training camp, however, another man has been trying to earn himself a deal with the Scottish Premiership outfit.
The 19-year-old, who is a midfielder, currently plays for NK Novigrad in Croatia and is thought to be an exciting prospect.
One reason believed to make the Macedonian exciting is the fact that he is very versatile and can play in a number of positions.
He can play as a right winger, in a central attacking midfielder role or as a holding player in front of the defence.
The fact that Todorov is still young and has the ability to play a number of different positions is possibly the reason Rangers are interested.
Having handed him a trial already, there must be a real interest in the teenager, although it is unlikely that he will play a role for the Light Blues immediately if he were to be signed.
With a rather small fee possibly needed to land him permanently, Rangers could look to bring Todorov to Ibrox permanently.
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