As reported by The Scotsman, Rotherham midfielder Will Vaulks has no interest in a move to Rangers this summer despite reported interest from Pedro Caxinha and Rangers.
The Daily Mail had reported last week Rangers were weighing up a £400,000 deal for the 23 year old but recent comments by the player have kicked that into touch.
As quoted by The Scotsman, Vaulks said:
I’m committed to remaining a Rotherham United player. Even if there is interest from other clubs, I feel there is massive unfinished business for me with Rotherham. I can’t leave on a season like that, even if the option is there. It’s Rotherham United for me next season. I can’t see me being anywhere else. I don’t know if the Rangers interest is real or not.
It’s a blow to Pedro Caixinha, who faces a tough summer of rebuilding at Ibrox if he is to have a squad ready to bring the challenge to Celtic next season.
The Light Blues midfield has underperformed all season and two of their brightest stars in the position, Emerson Hyndman and Jon Toral, will return to their parent clubs this summer.
That leaves them in a difficult spot as they seek both players of quality and players who represent value for money, with Caixinha likely operating on a slim budget.