Rangers fan midfielder Lewis Ferguson has scored again for Bologna as Juventus reportedly look on.
The Scotland international star, 23, has been a revelation ever since becoming the latest Scot to swap the Premiership with Serie A.
And the fine form of the ex-Aberdeen star continued with yet another goal for the Italian outfit.
Guiding a header into the far corner in the eventual 2-2 draw with Salernitana, Bologna star Lewis Ferguson showed exactly why the likes of Juventus have been linked to the Rangers fan’s services.
Those links to Juventus are big news too, with the player becoming a “complete midfielder” in Italy, according to Rangers legend Mark Hateley.
There’s also a reason why Juventus might have to pay £10m should they make the interest in Lewis Ferguson legitimate.
Juventus-linked Lewis Ferguson scores amid Rangers protests
It’s the player’s fourth goal of a productive season and Rangers fans are asking why the club didn’t make the Aberdeen a matching £3m offer to bring the star to Glasgow.
Whether or not Aberdeen might’ve agreed to sell Lewis Ferguson to rivals Rangers is another question, but the form of the player comes at an interesting time.
Despite Rangers director Ross Wilson claiming at the last AGM that signing homegrown players was essential for the European squad quota, this is an example of one of the country’s most talented players slipping through the net.
Rangers fans have also launched a series of controversial protests against the Ibrox director, and counterpart Stewart Robertson, amid a perceived failure of management post-55.
This culminated in a placard protest demanding change in the 4-2 win over Motherwell, with the pressure on both directors to turn things around in the summer.
Despite reaching the Europa League Final last season, Rangers have surrendered domestic dominance to Celtic from a position of strength and are potentially looking down the barrel of yet another Parkhead treble.
But as Juventus-linked Lewis Ferguson makes headlines, the likes of Ridvan Yilmaz give a glimpse into the future at Ibrox.