Rangers winger Glenn Middleton is a loan target for three clubs in England. According to The Evening Times, Hull City, Doncaster Rovers and Coventry City all want Middleton on loan.
Steven Gerrard will sanction a loan move for Middleton this summer. Rangers have already allowed a few youngsters to leave on loan this summer. This includes Jordan Rossiter and Ross McCrorie, who have both headed to England with Fleetwood Town and Portsmouth respectively.
Middleton could follow these two to England on loan. League One duo Doncaster and Coventry will battle with Championship side Hull for the youngster.
The 19-year-old is an exciting talent who has already racked up a tally of five goals and five assists in 28 Rangers games. But the Scotland youth international could now return to the country of his birth, where he previously played in the Northampton Town and Norwich City academies.
Where should Glenn Middleton go?
If Middleton wants to test himself at the highest level, a move to Hull makes the most sense. But game time might be limited at the KCOM Stadium if Kamil Grosicki and Jarrod Bowen stay.
Alternatively, a move to League One could be beneficial after seeing Greg Docherty’s success at Shrewsbury Town last season. Middleton has two options in the third tier of English football.
Doncaster will be looking for a replacement for Mallik Wilks out wide and Darren Moore is their new boss. Coventry, led by Mark Robins, have several options out wide so game time needs to be a consideration when thinking about this move too.