Rangers could be set to offer a contract to the nephew of Ibrox icon Paul Gascoigne after the striker impressed during a trial game at the Hummel Training Centre, according to a report.
Cameron Gascoigne scored in the 3-0 Development Squad win over Partick Thistle, according to the Daily Record, and the 18-year-old could now be handed an Ibrox contract.
Gascoigne left Newcastle over the summer and is currently without a club and could have played his way into a deal after also having a previous training stint with the Gers.
At 18, it’s likely that Gascoigne would join Graeme Murty’s Colts if he does agree a move to Ibrox, although there’s sure to be a huge amount of pressure on him given his iconic surname.
His uncle remains one of the best players to have played for the club and it would be something to see the name Gascoigne adorn a Rangers kit again.
There’s reported to be interest from clubs south of the border for the teenagers signature too so the Gers could face a fight to land him.
Hopefully though, his uncle Paul has put in a word and told him just how special a club Rangers is.