Sign for Wolves or Rangers? Here's what prolific striker Matty Taylor said about his future in the summer

Matty Taylor of Bristol Rovers celebrates at the end of the match

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Glasgow Rangers are in for Bristol Rovers' Matty Taylor.

Matty Taylor of Bristol Rovers celebrates at the end of the matchMatty Taylor of Bristol Rovers celebrates at the end of the match

Matty Taylor is subject of interest from one of Scotland's biggest clubs along with several English sides.

Rangers are keen on signing the Bristol Rovers ace, The Mirror report, with QPR and Wolves also keen.

Yet it will not be easy to prise him away from the League One side, which he has helped to two successive promotions.

Taylor has 15 goals in 22 games this season, and Rovers are outsiders to compete for a play-off spot and rise another division.

A promotion battle could keep Taylor interested in sticking around, certainly mid-season, and after signing a new contract in the summer, Rangers, Wolves and QPR have a tough battle to bring him aboard.

Oxford's Jake Wright and Bristol Rovers' Matty Taylor in actionOxford's Jake Wright and Bristol Rovers' Matty Taylor in action

The Bristol Post reported in July that Taylor had snubbed offers from Championship clubs to move.

He was quoted in July stating: "I have enjoyed being a member of an incredibly successful squad during the past two years and felt a great deal of loyalty to the gaffer and to Bristol Rovers.

"Although I am still very ambitious and want to play at the highest level possible, I didn't want to leave the club under a cloud and via the back door.

"If, at some point down the line, a club comes in for me then they will have to pay Bristol Rovers a fee and I can leave by the front door, with my head held high."

Taylor would command a seven-figure fee, and Rangers may fancy that they could tempt him away with the chance to play in front of crowds of 40,000 plus each week. The Gers could also offer the chance to challenge for trophies and qualify for European football.

However it is Wolves who are arguably the biggest threat of those mentioned, as their financial strength - taken over by Chinese investors in the summer - gives them a spending power which the Gers will not be able to match if it comes down to a bidding war. 

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