Rangers could use Greg Stewart as a makeweight as part of the deal that could see Scott Wright arrive at Ibrox, according to a report from the Evening Times.
The Gers look to be stepping up their pursuit of Wright. According to the Evening Times, the club are preparing to offer the 23-year-old a deal for the summer when his Aberdeen contract expires.
And with his departure on the cards, the Dons are prepared to let him leave this month.
Should a deal go through, it may evoke memories of Rangers’ move for Glen Kamara a couple of years ago. The Light Blues brought the Finland international in early having already agreed a contract for a few months down the line.
The key difference this time however, is that it appears that Aberdeen may get a player as part of the deal for Wright.
According to the Evening Times, Rangers could let Stewart move to Pittodrie.
Stewart has been a peripheral figure for the Gers this season. He has made just four appearances in all competitions. And he has not featured in the Scottish Premiership since August.
It is a shame for the forward. There were times when he showed glimpses of his quality. However, he has been unable to make himself a consistent part of Gerrard’s plans.
So if his exit can now help Rangers bring Wright to Ibrox this month, perhaps it is a move that would be best for all parties.