Ex-Rangers star set for return to Scottish Premiership - reports
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Former Rangers winger Gregg Wylde set to return to Scotland – Reports

Former Rangers winger Gregg Wylde looks set to return to Scotland after his deal with Plymouth Argyle was cancelled by mutual consent.
According to The Sun, Wylde, 27, will join up with Livingston and has flown out to their warm-weather training camp in Portugal.
The paper reports that Wylde is keen to return to Scotland because he is getting married in the Summer. Negotiations will continue but the deal is expected to go through.

Wylde has spent the majority of the last six years in England’s lower leagues. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Plymouth Manager Derek Adams confirmed Wylde’s intentions after his contract was cancelled.
“He’s going to go to the Scottish Premiership now and sign for a team up there,” said Adams.
“It gives him an opportunity to move on, and it gives us an opportunity to take in another player.”
Whilst he never set the heather alight at Rangers, most fans will have fond(ish) memories of the winger. In the 2010/11 season at Ibrox he really impressed, but he seemed to fall away after that.

Let’s hope he can get his career back on track with Gary Holt’s industrious Livingston side.

Wylde played in some big matches at Ibrox. (GRAHAM STUART/AFP/Getty Images)

Gregg Wylde came through the academy at Ibrox and played close to 50 games for the club. He left in 2012 to join Bolton Wanderers before moving around a lot in his career.
A bit of a journeyman, he would go on to play for Bury, Aberdeen, St. Mirren, Plymouth Argyle (for the first time), Millwall, Northampton, Plymouth (for the second time) and Morecombe.

And whilst fans will be hoping he can get settled in Livingston, they won’t want him to contribute to a repeat of what happened when Rangers and Livi met in November.

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