Rangers’ club partners HSV are the latest club to be linked with a move for Ibrox-linked Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville.
According to Bild in Germany, talks between the Premier League and Bundesliga 2 club are “gaining speed” with Hamburg believing Summerville fits the bill “perfectly”.
However, the 20-year-old Netherlands winger is said to also have options in his homeland as he looks to get more gametime than he is currently getting under Marcelo Bielsa.
The report also claims that HSV essentially cannot afford to pay the wages offered by Leeds United, but still hope to sign Crysencio Summerville to bolster their promotion charge.
The Gers have been linked Summerville throughout his career and before the Netherlands youth international made the switch from Feyenoord to Leeds United [Voetbal International].
HSV linked Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville linked to Rangers
Rangers have once again been linked Summerville this window as the Gers continue the hunt for a right winger before the end of January.
A regular in the Leeds United U23 team, Crysencio Summerville has made five Premier League substitute appearances this season and is contracted to Elland Road until 2023.
Rangers have been linked to a host of right-wing options this January with the likes of Francis Amuzu and Andreas Skov Olsen heading the list.
But as things stand Rangers are yet to add any attacking options in the window with only American international James Sands added to the squad.
Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst insists that there is cash to spend if Rangers so wish this January but continues to reiterate that the Gers will only move for the right options.
As things stand, there has been nothing official concerning Rangers and Leeds winger Crysencio Summerville and it certainly appears like HSV are leading the charge.
Speaking of right-wing Rangers targets, the Gers also look set to miss out on one international star to a Champions League side the Ibrox club can take huge inspiration from.