Rangers have been reported to have an interest in signing Derby midfielder Craig Bryson but could face competition from Hibs.
The Gers were said to have been tracking the Scot but the Express now claim that Neil Lennon’s side are also interested.

DERBY, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 03: Craig Bryson celebrates with Jack Marriott of Derby as he scores during the Sky Bet Championship match between Derby County and Norwich City at Pride Park Stadium on October 3, 2018 in Derby, England.
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Bryson’s deal ends in the summer and is free to agree a pre-contract move although a January transfer is possible.
Bryson, who joined Derby in 2011 after  four years at Kilmarnock, has made over 250 appearances for The Rams during seven years at Pride Park.

DERBY, ENGLAND - AUGUST 21: Craig Bryson of Derby County during the Sky Bet Championship match between Derby County and Ipswich Town at Pride Park Stadium on August 21, 2018 in Derby, England.
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The midfielder spent last season on loan with Cardiff City and helped them gain promotion to the Premier League.
A move to Ibrox seems unlikely given the wealth of options avaiable to Steven Gerrard.

The arrival of Steve Davis this month and agreeing a pre-contract with Glen Kamara only makes competition tougher.
READING, ENGLAND - AUGUST 03: Craig Bryson of Derby County runs with the ball during the Sky Bet Championship match between Reading and Derby County at Madejski Stadium on August 3, 2018 in Reading, England.
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Bryson would bring lots of experience to Ibrox but it’s difficult to see were he’d fit into Gerrard’s side.
Scott Arfield and Davis are likely to take two of three places in midfield leaving Ryan Jack, Ross McCrorie, Lassana Coulibaly, Graham Dorrans and Jordan Rossiter fighting it out.
The Gers could change formation and expand the midfield but the likes of Jack and McCrorie would deserve the chance.
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