Rangers are one of the biggest clubs in Scotland and in the world and have a massive history, but Ryan McGowan has suggested on social networking site Twitter that there is no reason for Heart of Midlothian star John Souttar to join the Ibrox club.
In a recent feature in The Scottish Sun, it was suggested that Souttar, who can operate as central defender or as a central midfielder, would be a good signing for Rangers and would make Graeme Murty’s side better.
McGowan, though, has suggested on Twitter that there is no need for Souttar to leave Hearts and join Scottish Premiership rivals Rangers.
The 28-year-old Australia international, who can operate as a defender or as a midfielder, was on the books of Hearts from 2008 until 2013 and is now playing for Sharjah FC in the United Arab Emirates.
Why would Souttar want to go to Rangers https://t.co/rET7VYigZr— Ryan McGowan (@rmcgowan89) January 4, 2018
Docherty, Souttar, Mulumbu...— Scottish Sun Sport (@scotsunsport) January 4, 2018
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On Souttar;Plays every week, next to experience of Berra/Hughes,under Levein a top defender, he's said is happy and confident,Eng teams showing interest!Feel is no need to leave that for another Scottish team who would only offer more money and a bigger crowd!Only my opinion— Ryan McGowan (@rmcgowan89) January 4, 2018