Rangers attacker Zak Rudden is reportedly on the radar of Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle ahead of the summer transfer window.
According to the Scottish Sun, Partick Thistle could launch a bid to try sign him for next season and have been impressed by his form in the last year.
The centre-forward scored 12 goals in 31 games out on loan with Falkirk, but was unable to prevent them being relegated from the Scottish Championship on the final day of the season.
The report details that Steven Gerrard has been aware of the loan star’s performance and may took a look at him in pre-season, before deciding if he is set to be sent away from Ibrox for another loan stint.
Rudden has come through the ranks at Rangers and is certainly a young promising prospect with a great future.
The Scottish striker has shown he can score goals at senior level in the second-tier and it will be intriguing to see if he’s ready to step up.
Rangers could need an extra striker option next season and Rudden may provide a great third-choice option for Gerrard to use.
He couldn’t have done too much more out on loan to show his talent and it will be a massive pre-season for him.
It will be excellent for his development if he gets to work as an understudy to experienced goal machine Jermain Defoe.