Ipswich Town have launched a £2m bid to land Rangers’ playmaker Josh Windass before the transfer window closes, according to Football Insider.

Paul Hurst is resigned to losing former Rangers man Martyn Waghorn and wants to plunder Ibrox once more for his replacement.

While Steven Gerrard wants to keep the former Accrington man in Scotland, he may be rendered powerless to prevent Windass leaving if Ipswich up their bid.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – JULY 06: Josh Windass of Rangers in action during the Pre-Season Friendly between Rangers and Bury at Ibrox Stadium on July 6, 2018 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

That is because reports in June stated that Windass’ father, former Hull City hitman Dean, claimed his son has a £3m in his deal at Ibrox, which remained unchanged by the extension signed earlier on in 2018.

It is fair to say that Rangers fans are divided on whether or not to sell Windass. On the one hand, he was a productive source of goals last season, a young player who will only get better and even £3m is not money that would transform Rangers’ financial fortunes – Stuart Armstrong went for £8m to England this summer, to boot.

There are other supporters who would snap Ipswich’s hand off at £2m, so we’ve taken a look at the debate between the two sides – although the majority feel that £2m is a severe undervaluation…







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