West Ham’s Marcus Browne is reportedly wanted by Rangers this summer and he could rip defences apart if he did end up at Ibrox.
According to Goal, the Gers are one of the teams keen on the in demand attacker in the summer transfer window.
It is understood that Old Firm rivals Celtic and also Fulham are in the race for him too.
But the report details that West Ham’s first-team boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to check on the 21-year-old to talent in pre-season to see what’s best for his future at the London Stadium.
Browne has just spent the season out on loan in League One with Oxford United, where he proved his class at senior level and improved his game.
He made 44 appearances across all competitions for them, scoring nine goals and supplying five assists in return.
Browne clearly has big potential if Pellegirni wants to look at him this summer before deciding his future, which is why Rangers fans should hope they can win the race for his signature.
The Englishman is a versatile ace that can play anywhere across the frontline and has found real success in the wide areas for Oxford.
His pace and power should cause a real problem in Scotland, which is something that Ryan Kent did at Ibrox.
Kent, 22, is a winger similar to Browne that thrived in Steven Gerrard’s team last season on loan from Liverpool and was directly involved in 15 goals in 43 games for Rangers.
West Ham’s rising star could make a similar impact to Kent if given the shot next year.