Wolves player in focus
Warburton target will test Ibrox board’s finances
Rangers manager Mark Warburton is said to be interested in Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Kevin McDonald in the first test of the board’s willingness to invest in the squad following the club’s return to the Premier League.
However, the prices demanded by clubs even in the lower divisions of the English league mean that a player who cannot command a first team place will not be available for less than £1 million.
The 27-year-old is said to be fighting for a starting place among a number options at Molineux and Warburton (pictured) believes he could be a good addition to the Rangers team.
Wolves are believed to be demanding in excess of £1 million for the midfielder which would be a test of Rangers’ ability to fund such a deal.
The former Sheffield United player has made 120 league appearances for Wolves in a three year stint with the Midlands side.