Coventry City are the latest club to express interest in signing winger Glenn Middleton from Glasgow Rangers, according to a report published by The Scottish Sun. 

The youngster was seemingly due to join Doncaster Rovers on loan ahead of the upcoming campaign but that has since been put on hold after Darren Moore replaced Grant McCann as manager of the club.

According to the report, Rangers are still set to send the 19-year-old out on loan ahead of the upcoming season so that he can gain more first-team experience at the highest level.

Middleton managed five goals from 27 appearances last season for the Gers. He still does have flaws in his game but can develop into a quality player as he gets more experience and irons out the weaker aspects of his game.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has indicated a desire to trim his squad ahead of the new season.

The Gers have underachieved for the better part of the last decade. They were however largely improved last season during Gerrard’s first full term in charge of the club and could be set to get even more better next season.

Rangers fans will hope that the likes of Middleton and Ross McCrorie can get regular football out on loan next term and return to Ibrox as better players – similar to what has happened with Greg Docherty.

Next season promises to be an interesting one for Rangers.

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