Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told Sky Sports that talks are ongoing with Livingston over a deal to sign teenager Matthew Knox.
The Gers made it three league games without a win on Tuesday, as after a 3-2 defeat to Hibernian and a 1-1 draw with Alloa Athletic, Warburton's men then lost 1-0 away at Livingston.
One of the players in the Livingston side was teenager Matthew Knox, who has caught the eye of many clubs, with the Daily Mail reporting interest from Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
However, all of those English giants could be left disappointed, with Rangers making a strong push to sign the 16-year-old sensation this summer.
Knox, primarily a forward, made his first start for Livingston against Rangers on Tuesday, and he'll have seen some very familiar faces having been on trial with the Gers last month, according to the Daily Record.
Earlier this month, The Scottish Sun reported that Rangers were closing in on a permanent deal for Knox, with a transfer fee of £100,000 in place for the Scottish Under-17 international.
After watching Knox play against his side, Gers manager Mark Warburton told Sky Sports that talks are ongoing, and he thinks Knox is a talented young player - something Rnagers need to add in droves.
"Matthew's a talented young player," said Warburton. "There's talks going on, obviously. He's a young, talented player and as a club, we have to make sure that we get the best young talents and bring them in. We have to be looking to get the best possible players available throughout the age groups," he added.
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