Reported Rangers target Jake Hastie has picked up the Player of the Month Award for February in the Scottish Premiership.
The left footed right winger has been on fire for Motherwell, netting four goals in four Scottish Premiership games. According to The Scottish Sun, Rangers have moved very quickly to snap up the player.
They also claim Rangers beat Celtic to his signature. Hastie picks up the award alongside Manager Lee Robinson, who beat Steven Gerrard to the Manager of the Month.
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If Rangers can finalise a deal with the winger, the club would need to agree a development fee with Motherwell.
It’s been a superb rise to prominence for young Hastie who spent the first half of the season on-loan at Alloa Athletic.
After coming back to Motherwell he’s became an important first team player. At 19, he could well get a major move to Ibrox by the next window.
Hastie is available on a pre-contract as his current Motherwell deal is set to expire come the end of the season.
Failing that the case would go to a tribunal who will decide on the amount. Hastie looks like a promising talent and this award is testament to the progress he has made already in 2019.