Rangers are set to complete the signings of in-demand teenage duo James Graham and Tony Weston, according to a report.
The Daily Record claims that the pair are close to agreeing terms to join Steven Gerrard’s side as the Light Blues look ahead to the future.
Ross County striker Graham had attracted interest from some of England’s top sides but looks to have decided on a move to Glasgow where he’ll likely join Graeme Murty’s Development squad.
Weston burst to prominence with Blackpool after firing 14 goals for the Seasider’s youth team and then being named on the bench for an EFL Cup tie before appearing as a sub against Maidstone United in the FA Cup.
According to the Record, there was interest in Weston from Southampton, Leeds and Everton – although he wouldn’t be able to sign a professional contract with an English side until he turns 17 in September.
Rangers don’t face the same hurdle and, coupled with the influence of working with Steven Gerrard, the teenage prodigy should make the move north soon.
It wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see Weston also join Murty’s squad as the young Gers look to get back to work before too long after the enforced layoff.
Landing both Graham and Weston will be a really solid bit of work by the club’s recruitment team and should hopefully give fans another two youngsters to watch male their way into the first-team.