Report: Birmingham City not aware of enquiries for Rangers-linked player

Birmingham City's James Vaughan looks dejected after a missed chance

The Blues striker has been tipped to reunite with Rangers assistant boss David Weir at Ibrox.

Birmingham City's James Vaughan looks dejected after a missed chanceReport claims Vaughan remains a Birmingham player

Confusion surrounds the future of Birmingham City striker James Vaughan, who was linked with a move to Glasgow Rangers this weekend.

A report in the Sun claimed that Vaughan had entered talks with the Ibrox outfit after his contract with Huddersfield Town expired this summer.

James Vaughan  - Huddersfield TownVaughan officially left Huddersfield this month

However, according to the Birmingham Mail, the 27-year-old is actually a Blues player - and the club are 'not aware' of any enquiries.

Vaughan, who rose through the ranks at Everton while Rangers assistant boss David Weir was a player at Goodison Park, initially arrived at St. Andrew's on loan in November 2015, a deal which was later extended until June.

Rangers' David WeirVaughan's former teammate is now Rangers' assistant manager

At the time, the Birmingham Mail reported that Vaughan had agreed a pre-contract agreement with Gary Rowett's men, which now appears to have been rubber-stamped.

However, after failing to score in 20 Blues appearances - and having been named as an unused substitute in seven of the club's final eight league fixtures - Vaughan may be allowed to move on this summer.

The Brummie's deal is thought to run until June 2017 and, as such, Birmingham would likely demand a fee.

Birmingham's James Vaughan looks dejectedVaughan ended the campaign out of favour

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