Rangers are being linked with a move for BSC Young Boys’ Cameroonian winger Moumi Ngamaleu by a report this week.

Football news outlet TEAMtalk are claiming that the Ibrox side are interested in the right-sided player alongside a host of Premier League clubs.

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Rangers have been linked with a move for Moumi Ngamaleu alongside four Premier League clubs. (Photo by DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

That report suggests that the likes of Leeds, Everton, Brighton, and Leicester City have all watched Ngamaleu ahead of the new season.

The 26-year-old winger is a full Cameroonian international and has 15 caps and two goals for his country.

The right-winger also has experience in the Austrian Bundesliga with SCR Altach but moved to Swiss club Young Boys in 2017.

Since then he has gone on to cement himself as part of the Swiss Pro League side’s team, already racking up close to 150 appearances for the club.

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One of those games included a start at Ibrox during the Europa League group stages last season as the Gers secured a last 32 spot on the final day against Young Boys.

Ryan Jack saw red and Alfredo Morelos scored as the Gers held on to a 1-1 draw to earn progression to the next round as Young Boys crashed out and Ngamaleu was hooked just after the hour mark.

The winger also came off the bench when the Gers were beaten 2-1 by Young Boys in Berne earlier in the group stage.

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Young Boys’ Cameroonian midfielder Moumi Ngamaleu played against Rangers in the Europa League. (Photo by NEIL HANNA / AFP) (Photo by NEIL HANNA/AFP via Getty Images)

Links to Ngamaleu also come amid high-profile reports claiming the Gers could be about to announce a double pre-contract move for two leading strikers.

The reports suggest that the Ibrox club are eyeing up two bargain forward player moves amid continuing links to a £5m-rated striker plying his trade down south.

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