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Rangers, Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in James Graham, according to The Daily Record.

It has been reported that Leeds in the Championship and Premier League outfit Wolves are interested in securing the services of the 16-year-old Ross County striker.

Rangers have had a bid for the teenager accepted by County, but the Gers have so far failed to agree personal terms with the teenager, according to the report.

It has been added that Rangers are now facing the prospect of missing out on the teenager, who is also wanted by Leeds and Wolves and had trials at Liverpool and Manchester United last year.

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Celtic’s interest in James Graham

Rangers reportedly yet to agree personal terms with Graham also opens the door for Celtic to make a move for the highly-rated teenage striker.

According to a recent report in The Scottish Sun, the Hoops want to secure the services of the youngster this summer.

Graham will improve and get better as a footballer in the coming years, and one should not be surprised if Celtic decide to make a move for him now that their bitter Old Firm rivals Rangers are reportedly struggling to agree personal terms with him.

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