Glasgow Rangers and other football clubs are keeping tabs on Lyle Taylor, the Charlton No. 9, according to Sky Sports.
The striker scored five times in only eight games, before the 29-year-old ended up with a knee injury whilst on international duty with Monserrat.
The good news for Rangers, is Taylor has just rejected a very good offer to stay with Charlton, according to his current manager Lee Bowyer.
His contract is up in June 2020, and a pre-contract agreement would be too good an opportunity for Steven Gerrard to pass up.
The Rangers boss and background staff are becoming experts at sniffing out fantastic low cost deals for the Ibrox club.
If you don’t have as much money as rivals Celtic have, then these type of deals can be the difference between winning silverware and losing out.
Taylor has accumulated a very decent 30 goals in his last 50 games, and the talented goalscorer is out of contract in the summer.
Charlton manager Bowyer will be livid again if Taylor follows Joe Aribo to Rangers.
Why would Taylor want to leave Charlton for Rangers?
Because he would have a chance of winning league titles, two cups, and also competing in top European nights at the famous Ibrox Stadium.
A free transfer in June or a cut-price move in January, would be an ideal move for Rangers, similar to the Greg Kamara arrangement with Dundee.
Gerrard is more likely to favour next June, with Alfredo Morelos almost certain to be sold to the highest bidder at this season’s end.
Jermain Defoe is also extending his stay with the Ibrox club until June 2021, as he is so happy to remain with his new found Rangers family.
Defoe loves working with Gerrard and his talented coaches, and has found a new zest for his football.
He loves living in Scotland and has grown a genuine affection for Rangers, and their legions of loyal supporters, who wax lyrically about his goals.