Reported Rangers target and talented young Dutch winger Crysencio Summerville has turned down a contract extension with current club Feyenoord, according to reports in his homeland.
Voetbal International is claiming that the Eredivisie outfit have been unable to agree terms on an extension with the winger sixth place in the De Kuip side’s pecking order.
The same report also claims that Feyenoord rejected a “seven-figure” offer for the talented 18-year-old from Premier League Wolves.
Right-winger Summerville has suffered due to the abundance of talent currently in the wide areas at Feyenoord, with the likes of Steven Berghuis, Bryan Linssen and Luciano Narsingh at the club.
Rangers were linked with a move for Summerville by the same publication back in July after the Dutch youth international impressed on-loan at ADO Den Haag last season.
Summerville made 21 Eredivisie appearances for the Dutch side whilst on loan, scoring twice and registering three assists.
The winger is yet to make his league debut for Feyenoord, but he has represented the Netherlands across various youth international age-groups.
According to Voetbal International, Rangers, Wolves and RB Salzburg are three of several foreign clubs interested in snapping up the creative young talent.
Summerville himself has also previously spoken out about the reported interest from the Gers but despite reaffirming his commitment to Feyenoord, it appears contract talks have stalled.
“The teams that are interested in me are beautiful clubs,” said Summerville [Voetbal Primeur].
“But that would be another step for me and I don’t think about moving at all. All my thoughts are with Feyenoord.
“It’s not even about just next season, it’s about the long-term and I want to feel Feyenoord trust me.
“I want to play at De Kuip every week and be one of the club’s important players.”
With one year left on his current deal, if Summerville cannot get assurances about his long and short-term future at De Kuip he may well be on the move this summer.