Rangers and Celtic have joined the race to sign MK Dons left-back Matthew Sorinola this summer, a report from TeamTalk has claimed.
Sorinola is out of contract at MK Dons at the end of this season, and Football League World exclusively revealed earlier this week that Premier League side Brighton are leading the race to sign the 20-year-old, who is yet to sign a new contract with his current club.
Now though, it appears as though fresh interest has emerged in a possible move for the versatile defender.
According to this latest report, Scottish football’s big two clubs, Rangers and Celtic, have both been monitoring the progress of Sorinola this season ahead of a potential summer move.
It is also thought that clubs from Belgium, Spain and France – who would have to pay a lower compensation fee than English clubs – have made enquiries about Sorinola.
Which eight of these 20 players never scored a goal for MK Dons?
Leeds and West Ham have also previously been credited with an interest in Sorinola, who has made 46 appearances and scored three goals in all competitions for MK Dons to date.
It does seem as though this could turn into a rather interesting race for Sorinola’s signature.
With the level of interest there is in him, the left-back clearly has a big decision to make, as he looks to secure the right move for his long-term career.
That is something that is unlikely to be easy for him to do at just 20-years-old, so he may have to think long and hard about this one.
It will be interesting to see just where he ends up, but wherever it is, the amount of interest there is in Sorinola, means that big things will surely be expected of him.