Glasgow Rangers may regret not making a move for Kevin McDonald last summer, as his value has increased hugely over the past season.
Rangers were linked heavily with McDonald last summer, after Wolverhampton Wanderers made him available.
Mark Warburton’s side were keen to bring the midfielder to Ibrox, after McDonald was forced to train with Wolves’ youngsters.
However, Rangers baulked at Wolves’ £1 million asking price - and the midfielder ended up moving to Fulham (Express and Star).
McDonald has re-found his top form since moving to Craven Cottage, and his performances have attracted admiring glances.
The Scottish international is now interesting a range of teams, but Fulham have slapped a £7 million price-tag on the midfielder (Get West London).
With that sort of growth in value, Rangers will almost certainly look back at the potential transfer with some regret that they didn’t push it through.
McDonald’s quality could have been key for Rangers over the past season, and the profit they may have made on him this summer, could have been put towards bringing in new players for Pedro Caixinha.