“Offers have been made” by Rangers to American duo Matt Polster and Andrew Gutman, at least according to American Soccer Now.

The American media outlet also reported that the duo had yet to make their mind up on Rangers.

The report suggests that a deal for left back Gutman is likely to go through. The move for Polster is on the other hand is described as 50/50.

They reiterate that nothing has been determined yet.

Both players have been on trial for the last week or so. Rangers need strength in depth and the two are interesting options.

Polster has played 90 times for Chicago Fire over four years. (Photo by John Adams/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Gutman is coming from the American college soccer system and was widely regarded as one of the best players in it. He was also nominated for the Hermann Trophy, the award given to the best player in the College system.

Polster has a solitary USA cap and his contract is expiring with Chicago Fire. He’s obviously keen on a move to Europe and the versatile right sided player could make an interesting proposition.

Both players are also relatively young. Gutman is 22 and Polster is 25, meaning they still have room to grow and could potentially become sellable assets.

But as the report suggests, nothing is concrete yet, even if Rangers are showing interest in the American duo.

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