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Rangers fans respond to links to Gazza's nephew Cameron Gascoigne

Rangers are reportedly set to offer a deal to former Newcastle United striker Cameron Gascoigne, the nephew of club legend Paul.

The talented forward scored in a trial match for the development squad against Partick Thistle, something which appears to have piqued the interest of the Gers Academy.

A report from the Daily Record has now claimed that Rangers are interested in signing the 18-year-old former Newcastle United youngster after a second trial.

Paul Gascoigne remains a legend to the Ibrox faithful. Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford/Allsport

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Naturally, it has got Rangers fans a little excited at the prospect of seeing the Gascoigne name on the back of the club’s shirts once again.

Uncle Paul – widely regarded as one of the world-class midfielders of his generation – played at Ibrox Stadium between 1995 and 1998.

A genuinely spectacular talent, Gascoigne is lauded as one of the gems in the 9 in a row era at Ibrox.

Gazza won four trophies during his time at Rangers and scored “that” 8 in a row securing hattrick against Aberdeen, amongst stealing the show in many other iconic matches.

Rangers fans excitedly took to Twitter at the prospect of another Gascoigne donning a Rangers jersey.

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Whilst nothing has been confirmed yet, should Cameron Gascoigne join the ranks at the Rangers Academy he’ll be joining a set-up flourishing at that level.

The Rangers Colts side find themselves in a semi-final of the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Cup against Inverness Caledonian Thistle and the U19s lead Slovan Bratislava 2-0 in the UEFA Youth League.


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