Rangers midfielder Nicky Law linked with January move to Huddersfield

John Smiths Stadium - Huddersfield

Huddersfield Town are reportedly interested in a move to sign Rangers midfielder Nicky Law.

The turbulence around Rangers continues.

Just weeks after manager Ally McCoist handed in his resignation, Rangers are on the verge of selling star youngster Lewis Macleod to Championship side Brentford.

The 20-year-old will cost £1m, which is valuable money for cash-strapped Rangers - but that sale could spark interest in some other Ibrox stars.

According to the Daily Mail, Macleod could be followed to the English second tier by midfielder Nicky Law, with Huddersfield Town allegedly interested.

Law, 26, is no stranger to Yorkshire. The former Sheffield United youngster also had spells with Bradford City and Rotherham United before heading north of the border to Motherwell.

13 goals in two seasons at Fir Park led to his move to Rangers in 2013, and has hit an impressive 21 goals in 65 games for Rangers - triggering interest from English clubs once again.

A move away from the Scottish Championship could be tempting for Law, with a return to Yorkshire in the pipeline as Chris Powell looks to strengthen his relegation-threatened Terriers.

With Macleod almost gone and Law potentially on his way too, Rangers fans have to be concerned about the immediate future not only financially, but of their playing staff too.

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