Report: Nicky Law's form under McCall triggers interest from ten English teams

Rangers midfielder Nicky Law is reportedly a target for a number of Championship clubs.

According to the Daily Mail, Rnagers midfielder Nicky Law is being tracked by a number of Championship clubs ahead of the summer transfer window.

Law, 27, scored twice for Rangers against Raith Rovers on Sunday, demonstrating just how important he is to new manager Stuart McCall.

Law worked under McCall at Bradford City and Motherwell, so their reunion at Ibrox has triggered an unsurprising period of impressive form for the midfielder.

However, Law's good form appears to have attracted interest from a number of Championship clubs, who are keen to bring Law back to England.

The Daily Mail report that up to ten Championship clubs have contacted Law's agent and are considering £500,000 bids this summer.

They suggest that Birmingham City, Bolton Wanderers, Brighton and Hove Albion, Huddersfield Town and Reading are the clubs leading the way for his signature.

Law is under contract for another year yet, so his future at Ibrox could hinge on what division Rangers are playing in next season.

If McCall can take Rangers back to the Scottish Premiership, Law may be more inclined to stay - but if they miss out and remain in the second tier, Law could be tempted into leaving the club, with no shortage of offers according to reports. 

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