Rangers have been mentioned alongside a one-time £5m Championship star as his contract prepares to run down at Sheffield Wednesday.

Left-winger Adam Reach is currently available on a pre-contract deal and cost the Hillsborough club the substantial fee when signed from Middlesborough back in 2016 [Sky Sports].

Reach, 27, has since gone on to make over 200 appearances for the Hillsborough side but is yet to sign a new deal with Wednesday.

According to Sheffield Wednesday News, this could alert the likes of Rangers and Celtic to his signature although there is no official suggestion elsewhere either side is interested.

Predominantly a winger, Reach has also been employed at left-wing-back and has enjoyed a solid couple of seasons with the Owls.


The winger posted 12 goals and 18 assists across 18/19 and 19/20 but this season has so far failed to live up to his earlier Wednesday form.

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So far Reach has two goals and two assists this season with Sheffield Wednesday toiling in 21st in the Championship.

Rangers also appear to be in the hunt for a left-sided wide player with the club reportedly offering a pre-contract deal to highly-rated Charlton full-back Alfie Doughty.

However, other reports have claimed that the 21-year-old has signed a deal with Stoke City who had a January transfer bid accepted for the player’s services [Glasgow Times].

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There is no official suggestion Rangers are interested in £5m Sheffield Wednesday and Championship star Adam Reach other than in SWN. (Photo by Jon Hobley/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Whilst Reach hasn’t been officially linked his name is one which will surely be picked up by the powers that be at Rangers with the club scouring the market for cut-price deals.

One player who has been officially linked to Ibrox and plies his trade down south also played 90 minutes for his current side this week as a contract wrangle continues over his future.

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