According to Goal.com, Rangers are interested in signing Kamil Miazek from Leeds United in the January transfer window.
It has been reported that Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is eyeing the 23-year-old goalkeeper after missing out on 20-year-old Polish goalkeeper Radoslaw Majecki, who is set to leave Legia Warsaw for AS Monaco this week.
The report has claimed that Premier League giants Arsenal also wanted to secure the services of the former Poland Under-20 international.
However, according to the report, Majecki will move to Monaco for a transfer fee of €6 million (£5.08m) and will stay on loan at Legia for the rest of the season.
Goal.com has claimed that Rangers manager Gerrard has now turned his attention to Miazek, who is out of contract at Leeds in the Championship at the end of the season.
Wes Foderingham’s replacement?
Wes Foderingham is out of contract at Rangers at the end of the season, and it seems that Miazek will be his replacement in the long run.
Allan McGregor is the undisputed first-choice goalkeeper at Rangers, and that is not going to change anytime soon.
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