According to The Athletic, Rangers and West Ham United are both interested in signing Rochdale talent Kwadwo Baah.
It’s claimed that Baah is mulling over various offers and could be on the move before Monday’s transfer deadline.
Juventus and Bayern Munich are keen, whilst Manchester City are interested and Rangers would like to take him to Scotland.
West Ham may feel they have something of an advantage though, as Rochdale boss Brian Barry-Murphy played for David Moyes at Preston North End.
Moyes has allegedly contacted Barry-Murphy to discuss Baah’s potential, and that level of interest should be very appealing to the 18-year-old.
Baah is out of contract at the end of the season, meaning Rangers and other non-English clubs can now target bargain pre-contract agreements.
Baah has notched three goals and two assists in 13 League One games for Rochdale this season, and has been playing on either flank in the Rochdale attack.
Able to play for England, Germany or Ghana, Baah now finds himself at the centre of a tug of war for his signature – and he should certainly consider which team can give him the most playing time over the coming years, having already played senior football with Rochdale.