Rangers could be handed a major boost ahead of their match against Livingston with reports suggesting star Livi striker Lyndon Dykes will sit out the match after a fee was agreed with QPR over his transfer.

According to the Daily Mail, the Rs and ex-Rangers boss Mark Warburton have agreed a £2m fee for the striker and he is “expected” to miss the clash with the Gers as a result.

Rangers have reportedly been handed a boost by the news that Lyndon Dykes will miss the tie against Livingston after a transfer fee has been agreed with Queens Park Rangers. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

The Lions’ top scorer last season, should Dykes miss out at the Tony Macaroni it would had Rangers a sizeable boost ahead of what could potentially be a challenging match in West Lothian.

Dykes has previously been the subject of transfer interest from Championship Barnsley who had a £1m bid rejected for the forward earlier in the campaign.

Only a week ago Livingston were said to have rejected an improved £1.2m bid for the striker from the Tykes [Scottish Sun].

Rangers were also said to be interested in the former Queen of the South striker earlier in the transfer window with reports suggesting he was being watched by the Ibrox club.

According to reports Livi striker Lyndon Dykes could be set for a link-up with ex-Rangers boss Mark Warburton. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

However the Gers have instead opted to sign striker pair Kemar Roofe and Cedric Itten from Belgian side Anderlecht and Swiss club FC St. Gallen respectively.

Speculation persists over Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos with French side Lille cooling their interest in the forward despite their president admitting they are still “watching” the Colombian [BBC Sport].

Have something to tell us about this article?
Let us know

More in News