Rangers are interested in signing Coventry City midfielder Gustavo Hamer, according to the Press Association.
Hamer arrived at Coventry from PEC Zwolle in the summer, joining in a deal worth around £1.2million after the Sky Blues won promotion from League One last season.
The 23-year-old has since established himself as a key player under Mark Robins, scoring four goals and chipping in with two assists in 19 league outings.
Hamer has been one of Coventry’s more important players this season, as they look to cement their place in the Championship having won promotion last term.
According to the Press Association, though, Rangers are taking an interest in the midfielder, as they look to bolster their options for the long-term.
Steven Davis, for instance, is now 36, so fresh blood may be needed in the middle of the park in the next couple of years despite the experienced midfielder turning out 35 times this season.
Hamer has settled in the Championship really well, and has taken to English football like a duck to water.
He has been a really important player for Coventry. He can score goals, create chances and keep things ticking in midfield, but he’s also very strong defensively, too.
He’s at a good age and has showed real signs of quality in the Championship, so it would be a coup for Rangers to get him.
Coventry will be desperate to hang onto him, as he is the sort of player you’d want to build a team around in my opinion.