Should Rangers consider move for Billy Kee, after Windass Tweet?

Josh Windass of Scottish club Rangers FC gestures to supporters in the stands after scoring the game winning goal against Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro during the second half of their...

Rangers attacker Josh Windass has starred at Ibrox this season, but should the Gers look to sign his former teammate?

Josh Windass of Rangers is tackled by Louis Longridge of Falkirk during the Scottish Cup Quarter Final match between Rangers and Falkirk at Ibrox Stadium on March 4, 2018 in Glasgow,...

Graeme Murty's January loan recruits have been in excellent form since joining Rangers, but it remains to be seen whether the Gers can lure them on a permanent basis to Ibrox.

Jason Cummings showed just what he is capable of on Sunday, as the Nottingham Forest loanee scored a hat-trick to send Rangers into the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup as the Light Blues knocked out Falkirk 4-1.

Sean Goss, Russell Martin and Jamie Murphy have all impressed, but it is unclear whether the Gers have a deal in place to sign all on a deal beyond the end of the season.

Havard Nordtveit of West Ham United and Billy Kee of Accrington Stanley in action   during the  EFL Cup Third Round match between West Ham United and Accrington Stanley at the London...

Losing Cummings could leave Murty, or indeed his managerial replacement, lacking in strikers. Alfredo Morelos' future remains cloudy despite the Gers rejecting multiple offers from the Chinese Super League, while Eduardo Herrera's time at Ibrox looks all but over.

It could see the Gers look to sign a striker in the summer, and at the top of their shortlist should be Accrington Stanley's on-fire striker Billy Kee - who has the recommendation of Josh Windass after the latter's Tweet.

Kee, 27, is the first player in the English Football League to score 20 goals this season, and Windass reacted by describing him with the caption "What a player" on his personal Twitter account.

The former Scunthorpe United striker has reached 20 strikes for the season in just 40 games, but has also turned provider on a further 11 occasions. He was at Accrington when Windass starred for Stanley in 2015-16.

With the Gers potentially set to be lacking in strikers come the summer, Murty should consider a move to recombine both Kee and Windass ahead of the 2018-19 campaign in what could prove to a be cheap alternative.

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