Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers are reportedly bringing Ross Wilson to Ibrox from Southampton.

Ibrox Stadium of Rangers

Southampton the director of football operations Ross Wilson has agreed to move to Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers, according to The Scottish Sun.

It has been reported that Wilson will be appointed as the Rangers Director of Football.

The report has also claimed that the 36-year-old’s appointment in his role at Rangers will be announced on Monday.

Wilson will arrive at Rangers as a replacement for the departed Mark Allen.

Turning down Celtic

According to The Daily Record, Wilson turned down the Rangers director of football role two-and-a-half years ago to stay at Southampton.

The 36-year-old himself told Back Onside, as transcribed by The Daily Record, that he was approached by Celtic a few years ago, but he turned down the Hoops.

It seems that Wilson has now decided that the time is right for him to move to Rangers, and the Ibrox faithful will be looking forward to what he can bring to the table.

Rangers are challenging for the Scottish Premiership title and are aiming to progress to the knockout rounds of the Europa League.

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