A huge claim has emerged on Rangers and their chances of bringing a new striker to Ibrox in the summer transfer window…
Rangers have been linked with a swoop for Stephen Odey and his club’s sporting director Soren Pedersen has now provided an update on the situation.
He has claimed that no bids have come in for the gem at this moment in time, whilst admitting that a deal can be done ‘easily’ if a team comes forward.
Speaking to Bold, via the Daily Record, he said this about Rangers eyeing the 24-year-old: “At least they are not so concrete, so I don’t have an offer on the table from there.
“It can happen easily. There are many clubs that have shown interest in him because he is a good player, but there is nothing concrete from there.”
The Gers chief will be delighted by these comments for multiple reasons.
Firstly, the suggestion that a deal will be easy to complete with leave him buzzing as it indicates that Randers are open to selling him. This means that Wilson would not need to convince them to part ways with the attacker and negotiations can run smoothly.
Instead of needing to haggle with Pedersen and jump through hoops to get a move over the line, the Light Blues supremo can wrap a transfer up quickly. This will give him more time to focus on other areas instead of splitting his attention whilst attempting to sign Odey and other targets.
Wilson will also be delighted because the attacker has the potential to be an excellent signing for the Premiership giants next term.
He has also had Champions League experience in the past – scoring against Premier League side Liverpool – and this could be useful to the Gers as they prepare for another European run.
At the age of 24, he is also a player who can be a long-term investment by the club. Whilst his statistics suggest that he can be an immediate goal threat for Gio van Bronckhorst, he has the potential to improve in the future and grow as he gains experience in Scotland.