HITC Sport understands Hull are keen on the Rangers attacker.
Rangers' Josh Windass in action with Celtic's Jozo Simunovic
Hull City are considering a move for Rangers midfielder Josh Windass as they look to strengthen their attacking options next season, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.
Windass' future at Rangers is up in the air with Pedro Caixinha reshaping his squad at Ibrox and Windass could be one of several players to make way for new signings at Rangers.
The 23-year-old joined Rangers last summer after signing a pre-contract to join the Scottish giants from Accrington Stanley last January.
Windass made 27 appearances, scoring one goal and creating five assists last season for Rangers, but the influx of several new foreign signings could push him down the pecking order at Ibrox.
Celtic's Callum McGregor in action with Rangers' Josh Windass
A number of League One clubs have been linked with a move for Windass, but sources have told HITC Sport that those links are wide of the mark and that the player wants to play at a high as level as possible if he ends up leaving Rangers.
Hull are monitoring Windass' situation as they prepare for life in the Championship next season and they will need to strengthen their squad with a number of players expected to move on in the wake of their relegation from the Premier League.
Windass, who is the son of Hull icon Dean, would be a popular signing among Tigers fans as they would hope he could have the same impact on the club as his father did.
Dean Windass - Hull City
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