Rangers and Celtic reportedly want Matthew Sorinola
Rangers are one of the clubs keen on signing Matthew Sorinola, with TEAMtalk reporting that he is set to leave his current club where he is working under a former Ibrox loanee this summer.
Sorinola has established himself as one of the most exciting talents in League One. He has scored twice and contributed six assists in all competitions for MK Dons this term.
Unfortunately for Russell Martin’s men, it appears that he is set to leave the club this summer. TEAMtalk notes that he is out of contract and has rejected the chance to pen fresh terms.
And a host of sides are interested in securing his signature. TEAMtalk reports that Premier League clubs such as Chelsea and Leeds have taken a look at the starlet.
Meanwhile, both Rangers and Celtic are also said to be monitoring the wing-back. And encouragingly for the Scottish Premiership pair, TEAMtalk adds that Sorinola is planning to leave England when he makes his next move.
TBR View: Celtic need Sorinola more than Rangers
It looks destined to be a much busier summer at Celtic than at Ibrox. The Hoops have a new manager to appoint and will surely conduct an overhaul of their squad.
One area that they must strengthen is out wide. Both Jonjoe Kenny and Diego Laxalt are only on loan, and the squad really lack natural wingers.
Sorinola is not exactly a winger at this stage. But he would tick the boxes for the Hoops with his ability to play on either flank.
Rangers meanwhile, do have that depth at full-back. And with TEAMtalk reporting that his priority is getting game-time, surely it would be a safer bet to suggest that Celtic would be more tempting to the youngster than Rangers.
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