Agent now admits his £880-p/w star has attracts interest from Ibrox

Agent now admits his £880-p/w star has attracts interest from Ibrox

Agent now admits his £880-p/w star has attracts interest from Ibrox

Rangers received a close-up look at Connor Barron, who impressed with Aberdeen.

The Scotland U21 prodigy is in the final six months of his Dons contract and was occasionally

left out of the team under former manager Barry Robson this season.

Barron, who continued in the starting XI under Neil Warnock in Glasgow,

picked up an assist at Ibrox, with the Aberdeen star’s long pass latched onto by a hungry Bojan Miovski.

While it wasn’t a game-changing moment, the assist demonstrated

why some Rangers fans see Connor Barron as a long-term Ryan Jack successor.

Is Connor Barron the Rangers’ Ryan Jack replacement?

Connor Barron, an athletic midfielder with a keen eye for a ball, is regarded as one of the Scottish Premiership’s best homegrown players.

At 21 years old, the midfielder not only possesses significant talent,

but he is also available on a free transfer after allowing his Dons contract to expire.

As a result, there have been numerous whispers about a move to Rangers, with Ryan Jack parallels evident both on and off the field.

The veteran Gers midfielder, 31, joined the club on a free transfer from Pittodrie in 2017 having starting out at Aberdeen and went on to captain the team.

Scotland international Jacko, who is out of contract at the end of the season,

is one of several Rangers players nearing a decision point.

Lots of interest in Aberdeen midfielder.

Rangers also have some major decisions to make in the center of the park this summer, and Connor Barron is an intriguing alternative.

Barron, who changed agents in the middle of the season amid rumbling Rangers rumors, is also in a good negotiation position.

Several of this generation’s brightest young Scottish talents have achieved success and recognition outside of their own country,

and the young Aberdeen star could be the latest.

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While former Rangers striker Kenny Miller has questioned Barron’s readiness for Ibrox, there is genuine intrigue south of the border.

Aberdeen reportedly rejected a £500,000 offer from Swansea for Connor Barron on deadline day, appearing to take the risk of losing the youngster for free in the summer.

Connor Barron has made 58 appearances for Aberdeen and scored once.

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