A number of Rangers fans on Twitter have given their approval to transfer reports suggesting that the Ibrox club could make a deadline day move for Lyndon Dykes.
The Scottish Sun reported this morning that the ‘Gers could swoop for the Livingston striker if an attempted move for Hibernian forward Florian Kamberi doesn’t materialise – BBC claimed that the Light Blues are in talks with the Easter Road club about a possible move for the 24-year-old, but added that a deal remains “some way from being concluded”.
Steven Gerrard is keen to add to his attacking options today after Jermain Defoe was ruled out for four weeks with a calf injury, with the ‘Gers scouting Dykes during Livingston’s 4-2 win at Hamilton last weekend. [via The Scottish Sun]
The 24-year-old, who according to The Scottish Sun would be very keen on a move to Ibrox, has scored 11 goals in 25 games for the Lions this season, including one in a 2-0 defeat of Celtic in October, as well as supplying eight assists. [via TransferMarkt]
These Rangers fans on Twitter would be keen on having Dykes at the club if they cannot land Kamberi:
Cards on the table I’d attempt to sign Lyndon Dykes as a cheap option back up striker with scope to develop, something like 25 goal involvements for Livingston this season and a lot of attributes for our coaches to work with.
Bring on the hate!
— Tags (@tagsbo) January 30, 2020
Dykes roughed our back line up the other week . Liked the look of him
— Ross Mcewan (@RossMcewan16) January 30, 2020
Get dykes he’s mint
— glasgowrangers (@harris23459644) January 31, 2020
Id rather have dykes to be fair. Dont know a lot about kamberi
— Jamie Townsend (@JamieTownsendd) January 30, 2020
Dykes all day long for me
— Kamaradona (@FredMorelos1) January 30, 2020
Would rather dykes I think because he would give us that option to change it up late on and actually be effective when we punt balls forward.
— Mack (@Joshvibor) January 31, 2020
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