Rangers could face a mighty battle to secure the signature of highly-rated 18-year-old Pablo Torre from Racing Santander, as Premier League side Wolves appear to be in the hunt for the midfielder.

Torre, who has starred for Racing Santander this season so far as the side is playing in the Spanish third tier. He has contributed three goals and six assists in 18 games so far during the current campaign [SofaScore].

Olympique Lyon v Rangers FC: Group A - UEFA Europa League
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Rangers have been recently linked with the midfielder [DailyRecord], with European Heavyweights Real Madrid also reportedly in the hunt for the youngster.

There is another side who has joined the chase for Torre according to Spanish outlet Marca, as Wolves are interested in adding the player to their squad at Molineux.

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The 18-year-old is currently tied down to a contract until 2025, with a release clause believed to be set at £4m. although the club is in some financial trouble and a bid lower than that may be enough to secure the player.

As Giovanni van Bronckhorst looks set to add more signings to the Ibrox ranks, the Spaniard could certainly be one for the future.

Rangers face competition for Pablo Torre

With sides such as Real Madrid and Wolves chasing him too, he certainly has the potential to have a bright future in the game, and fending off established teams like these would be a big statement of intent for Rangers.

With the contracts of Scott Arfield and Steven Davis expiring at the end of the current season, with their future uncertain, the side could need some new blood in the midfield.

Olympique Lyon v Rangers FC: Group A - UEFA Europa League
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Pablo Torre looks like he fits the bill, and it will be interesting to see further developments as January progresses.

In other news, a former Rangers manager has suffered late heartbreak in his first league match in charge of Santos Laguna.

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