Rangers are one of a number of sides interested in young Feyenoord winger Crysencio Summerville, according to a Voetbal International report.
It’s claimed that the Dutch giants are looking to hold onto the starlet amid ‘concrete interest’ from ‘several foreign clubs’.
The teams said to be circling alongside Rangers are Anderlecht, Red Bull Salzburg and Wolves, who allegedly failed with a bid in January.
18-year-old Summerville is yet to make his league debut for Feyenoord, but he has represented the Netherlands across various youth international age-groups.
He also made 21 Eredivisie appearances whilst on loan at ADO Den Haag last season, scoring twice and registering three assists.
Feyenoord have control over the player’s future in the short-term, given that he is contracted until 2021, but it looks as though they have their work cut out to fend off interest from multiple big-name clubs.
Rangers currently have plenty of wingers in the senior squad including the likes of Ryan Kent, Jordan Jones, Jamie Murphy, Glenn Middleton and Brandon Barker, but the majority of those players were either out on loan or failed to impress last season.
Steven Gerrard could do with more creativity on the flanks but moving for a teenager with limited experience of senior football would constitute a risk.
Any move for Summerville would also likely make it tougher for impressive Gers Academy attacker Kai Kennedy to make a permanent step up to the first-team squad.