Perennially Rangers-linked Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville is set to sign a new deal with the Premier League club, according to reports.

As being widely reported, and even tweeted by Fabrizio Romano, the Elland Road side will announce a new deal until 2026 with the 20-year-old right-winger in the coming days.

The ex-Feyenoord youth, who has been linked to Rangers throughout his career, will also join the likes of fellow Leeds United stars Sam Greenwood and Joe Gelhardt in signing a new contract.

It gives an inclination into how highly-rated the young Netherlands winger is and precisely why Rangers have been routinely mentioned as potential suitors.

Rangers-linked Crysencio Summerville

First linked in the summer of 2020, Rangers missed out on a move for Crysencio Summerville after he moved to Leeds United as a teenager.

The Premier League side reportedly paid £1.3m for the attacker in 2020 [Scottish Sun], signing the winger from Eredivisie side Feyenoord.

The Ibrox side were most recently linked with a move in January, with reports then suggesting Rangers could move this summer, with club partners HSV also linked.

Rangers instead opted for a move for Man United kid Amad Diallo and the rest is history with the Gers also opting for a move for Schalke right-winger Rabbi Matondo this summer.

Leeds United v Crystal Palace - Pre-Season friendly
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Crysencio Summerville failed to make an appearance in his first season at Leeds United but in the last campaign the winger made nine appearances in total, including six in the Premier League.

The Netherlands U21 international remains one of the highest-rated young talents at the club and we suspect he might have a bigger role to play at Leeds this season.

Speaking of Leeds United, the Premier League side moved for another winger who has plied his trade in the Netherlands amid high-profile links to Rangers.

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