Brad Inman comments on his future amid Championship and Rangers interest

Preston's Marnick Vermijl and Calum Woods (R) in action with Crewe's Bradden Inman

Rangers, MK Dons, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City, Ross County and Bolton Wanderers have all been linked with the player.

Bradden Inman scores the second goal for Crewe AlexandraBradden Inman scores the second goal for Crewe Alexandra

Brad Inman has made it clear he will not be making a decision over his future until after the international break with Australia.

FourFourTwo Australia recently suggested that Scottish Championship winners Rangers were keen on signing the Crewe Alexandra midfielder.

The report suggests that Rangers want to bring him to Ibrox this summer but that the likes of MK Dons, Nottingham Forest, Bristol City and Bolton Wanderers are also interested in the player.

Inman has recently been called up the Australian national team for the first time in his career for tonight’s friendly with England. Speaking to the Adelaide Advertiser, who also report interest from Forest and Scottish Premiership side Ross County, he insisted no decision would be made until he was done with international duty:

“It (relegation) was a sad moment for the club.

“I’ve been offered a new deal (by Crewe), but after this international break I’m going to sit down with my agent and family and discuss what’s best for me moving forward.”

Preston's Marnick Vermijl and Calum Woods (R) in action with Crewe's Bradden InmanPreston's Marnick Vermijl and Calum Woods (R) in action with Crewe's Bradden Inman

Inman was born in Australia but has represented Scotland at youth level whilst a Newcastle United player.

Inman left Newcastle in 2012 for Crewe, initially on loan, and has just finished his best personal season with the Railwaymen – playing 42 times and scoring 10 goals.

Bradden Inman  - Newcastle United (L) in actionBradden Inman - Newcastle United (L) in action

However, Crewe were relegated from League One and Inman is out of contract this summer – so Rangers and others are seemingly hopeful of bringing him to Glasgow on a free transfer.

Rangers have however already significantly improved their central midfield area. They signed Liverpool talent Jordan Rossiter and Joey Barton has also headed to Ibrox.

Nottingham Forest however need to build their squad, and perhaps this currently seems a better fit for the Australian talent.

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