Rangers handed huge boost in their pursuit of Peterborough No.10 star
Rangers-linked forward Siriki Dembele was left out of Peterborough United’s matchday roster for their match against Luton Town on Saturday.
The EFL Championship new boys were handed a reality check as the club fell prey to a 3-0 defeat without the presence of their key man.
According to The Daily Record the 24-year-old star, who has been transfer listed at the London Road outfit, was left out of the team amid links to the Gers and Celtic.
Rangers given hope of snapping up Joey Veerman
Rangers have been handed a major boost in the race to land Joey Veerman as it appears the Dutch club Feyenoord have moved on.
The star reportedly has an admirer in manager Steven Gerrard and is keen to quit Heerenveen this summer for a fresh challenge.
The 22-year-old star has already been subject of offers from Feyenoord and Hellas Verona this summer with the Gers waiting in the wings.
The offer from the Serie A club has already been thrown out, and De Trots van Zuid now appear to have given up the summer chase.
The Dutch outfit had hoped to seal a swap deal, but technical director Frank Arnesen revealed they had been priced out of a move.
Rangers-owned forward Josh McPake picks up injury while on loan
Gifted Rangers loanee Josh McPake has suffered an injury blow, causing the player to miss Morecambe’s League One match against Ipswich Town at the weekend.
He spent the second half of last term on loan at EFL League Two outfit Harrogate Town, nailing down a place in the starting eleven and scoring four goals.
The player was rewarded upon his return to Ibrox with a new contract that runs until June 2024 and then sent to Morecambe for another loan.
Rangers give official statement on the situation surrounding Kemar Roofe
The 28-year-old star missed the disappointing match – which the Ibrox outfit lost 1-0 – due to the fact that his young child is in hospital.
In a tweet, Rangers wrote: “Kemar Roofe’s young child is in hospital. Please respect his privacy at this time. Everyone at Rangers wishes him well.”