Rangers Fans React to Reports They Want to Sign Dylan McGeouch

Rangers Fans React to Reports They Want to Sign Dylan McGeouch

Rangers are interested in signing Dylan McGeouch this summer, according to reports today.

The midfielder is currently away in Lima, Peru, with the Scotland national team and has their friendly with Mexico on Saturday to concentrate on.

But there’s also the small matter of his club future, with his contract at Hibs expired and no sign him penning a new deal at Easter Road.

Blackburn Rovers have been mentioned as frontrunners for his signature, but so far no deal has been done to take him there.

And, according to, Rangers are now interested in making him one of Steven Gerrard’s first signings at Ibrox.

He’s already been at the club of course, spending three years in their academy before moving to Celtic, where he made his first team breakthrough.

But it’s at Hibs where McGeouch has found his best fitness and form – and that’s now led him to becoming one of the most in demand midfielders in Scotland.

Are Rangers fans keen on him though? The reaction seems split looking at social media:

Rangers fans – would you take McGeouch at Ibrox?

Let us know in the comments below..

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