One person in the M 12m Premier League is open to Rangers move

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Newcastle United winger and ল 12 million former Jacob Murphy is open to going to the Rangers, a report said.

The Glasgow Times believes the 25-year-old winger is attracted to the prospect of moving to Ebrox and working under Steven Gerrard, but the Magpies want him to fight for his place.

Reported Rangers target and 12 12 million Newcastle winger Jacob Murphy is open to moving to iBrooks. (Photo by Serena Taylor / Newcastle United Getty Images)

Wide crowds – for which Newcastle spent 12 12 million to bring St. James Park from Norwich in 2017 – have been mesmerized by the pre-season spells in the English Northeast.

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But Murphy faces stiffer competition to move to Newcastle United than Alan Saint-Maximin, Miguel Alamiron and now Ryan Fraser.

Tun is keen to give the winger a chance to fight in his place in January after spending last season for the season in Sheffield on Wednesday, if things don’t work out.

It is understood that Steve Bruce and Newcastle may even be more open to loan action when the player’s contract expires at the end of this season.


After Steven Gerrard’s comments, it was not clear if these were appropriate for the runners – who were originally linked to the player by the Daily Record.

Ebrox Gaffer suggested that his recruitment drive needs to be further enhanced after several key player injuries.

“I’m really clear that we need to add so I think we should probably try to accelerate it further,” Gerard said.

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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has made it clear he wants to see the recruits expand further. (Photo by Ian McNicol / Getty Images)

“Removing what I just saw in the treatment room, in two weeks, of course, not two, not three years, is missing. Our numbers are fine so we need to add them very quickly. “

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The Glasgow Times reports Bournemouth, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest credited the player with interest.

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