Scotland Under-21 international Gregg Wylde is without a club and has drawn interest from a number of Premier League clubs.
Everton manager David Moyes is looking to add to his squad numbers and is a noted fan of Wylde with fellow Scottish managers Alex McLeish and Owen Coyle are also thought to be interested in taking the young winger south of the border after his decision to leave Rangers.
Wylde left the Gers this week along with Mervan Celik after the clubs’ administators rejected an offer from players to defer wages. The 20-year-old broke into Rangers’ first-team in 2010 going on to make 47 appearances, scoring twice. He, along with a number of other Rangers players left the club this week stating: “We leave the club with heavy hearts but hope that our departures will mean that Rangers Football Club will not have to close down.”
On Friday 9th March; a number of star players; including Alan McGregor, Stephen Naismith and captain Stephen Davis agreed to a 75% wage cut.