West Ham United reportedly want to sign talented Rangers defender Kyle McClelland in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from The Daily Record who claim that the 20-year-old Rangers centre-back will walk away from Ibrox on a free transfer in the summer.
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Central defence is an area at the London Stadium where David Moyes desperately needs to bolster at the end of the season. And it seems as though the Scot could go knocking at Rangers as he looks to sign someone very talented and young.
Angelo Ogbonna will soon be 34 and has struggled with a serious ACL injury this season.
Meanwhile, Craig Dawson has just turned 32 and Issa Diop could well be moved on from the Hammers in the summer.
Having said that, we do have some exceptionally talented young centre-backs coming through the ranks, including the likes of Aji Alese and Jamal Baptiste.
Even so, it seems as though Moyes is keen to bring in another talented youngster…
Report claims West Ham could sign Rangers ace Kyle McClelland on a free transfer
The Daily Record suggest that the Hammers are interested in signing the Rangers ace.
We could face competition from the likes of Sheffield United, Cardiff City and Huddersfield for his signature, however.
The Northern Ireland under-21 international is still yet to make a first-team appearance for Rangers but he is very highly rated at Ibrox.
Unfortunately for the Gers, he is refusing to sign a new deal that would keep him with the Glasgow giants for the long term.
And West Ham may well swoop in and snap up Rangers ace Kyle McClelland on a free transfer this summer.