Motherwell winger Jake Hastie has agreed personal terms with Rangers – at least according to Football Insider.
The report claims the midfielder will join Rangers on a four-year deal come the end of the season. As Jake Hastie’s contract was running down, he is free to negotiate a deal with another club.
Rangers will have to pay a development fee for the player, who will reportedly earn £15k a week including bonuses.
Rangers were originally linked with a move to the midfielder at the beginning of March [Scottish Sun]. Those reports claimed personal terms were close to being completed, now it appears they have been.
It will be considered a major coup by the club as they fend off reported Premier League interest for the player.
Hastie has been on superb form since returning to Fir Park from Alloa in January.
He has hit six in ten for Motherwell and looks to be a strong, goalscoring addition to the side at Ibrox. He’s fastly becoming one of Scotland’s brightest and most effective young talents.
Goals from midfield and out wide are one of the main differences between Rangers and Celtic. The signing of Hastie will help to plug that gap and add more attacking threat on the flanks.
Motherwell teenager Jake Hastie scored his first Premiership goals on Saturday. The second is well worth a look 👀 👏 pic.twitter.com/bt9Bhcbi8l
— BBC Sport Scotland (@BBCSportScot) February 4, 2019
Hastie’s good form for Motherwell also saw him pick up the Player of the Month award for February.
He will join Kilmarnock’s Jordan Jones as a pre-contract singing coming into Ibrox at the beginning of next season.