Cash strapped Scottish Championship side Rangers are on the verge of losing another of their talents in the form of 26-year-old central midfielder Nicky Law, who is linked with a move to Huddersfield Town as reported by the Daily Mail.
This potential move only adds to the growing financial and footballing concerns for the Glasgow outfit after boss and club legend Ally McCoist vowed to leave at the end of the season after fulfilling his managerial contract.
After having recovered from liquidation to win successive Scottish 4th and 3rd tier Championship titles, the Ibrox side’s finances are still in dire straits, with their only potential lifeline in the form of a £6.5m cash cow from three wealthy supporters amid rumours circulating that the club will struggle to pay its next wage bill.
Taking all of this into account Huddersfield manager Chris Powell will be looking to capitalise from the Scotland side’s bleak financial position and earn the services of a highly esteemed player for a bargain basement price.
Law has currently notched a vital nine goals from 28 appearances in his midfield berth this season. The Yorkshire outfit will certainly be hoping the former Sheffield Utd and Rotherham man will be able to emulate his previous goalscoring form in order to contribute to maintaining the club’s Championship status, with the Terriers currently languishing five points above the relegation zone.