League One side Scunthorpe United are looking to sign Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn this summer, with hope he can fire them to promotion next season, according to the Scottish Sun.
Scunthorpe’s manager, Graham Alexander, watched the 27-year-old score off the bench as Rangers fell to a 2-1 defeat at Aberdeen, ahead of a possible move this summer.
He’ll face competition from ex-Gers manager Mark Warburton, who is reportedly interested in taking the striker to Nottingham Forest.
Waghorn has been part of a Rangers side that has bitterly disappointed this year, despite winning the Scottish Championship last season, and could be part of an enormous clear out this summer, after just seven goals this term.
Scunthorpe are looking to add him to their already impressive attacking options this summer, which include Josh Morris, Kevin Van Veen and Paddy Madden.
Waghorn has never played in England’s third tier before, having been out of his depth in the Championship, scoring an average of 4.5 goals per season in his seven years playing in the division.
Scunthorpe fans… What do you make of this news? Is Waghorn a good move for you? Do you need a striker? Let us know in the comments below.