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Why Rangers Fans Are Getting Very Excited About Wonderkid Billy Gilmour

Why Rangers Fans Are Getting Very Excited About Wonderkid Billy Gilmour

Rangers fans are getting very excited about Billy Gilmour – and we can see why.

In case you’re unaware of the 15-year-old playmaker, he shot to the attention of supporters after starring for Scotland’s Victory Shield side earlier this year.

While Karamoko Dembele is touted as the best youngster in Scotland at the moment, his inclusion in that Scots team alerted everyone to the quality of Gilmour.

And he’s now fast becoming the young player Gers fans expect to make an impact in the first team in the coming years.

Here’s exactly why the Ibrox faithful is very excited about Gilmour:

He Can Do This

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And This

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Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City Are Interested in Him..

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Yep, according to dailymail.co.uk, some of the English Premier League’s top clubs are interested in signing Gilmour. They liked what they saw as he played in the Victory Shield and are believed be keeping track of the youngster.

Fans Think He’s Better Than Karamoko Dembele

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Oh, He’s the Scottish Andres Iniesta Too

He Started For the Club’s U20 Team Last Night

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Gilmour got 57 minutes of Rangers’ 3-0 development team victory over Dundee last night. He’s still just 15 and was playing against some 19-year-olds in the game. The club obviously rate him!

And We’ll Just Leave You With This Stunning Volley..


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