Accord to Daily Mail, Rotherham United midfielder Will Vaulks is on the radar of Rangers, with the Ibrox club looking to return for his signature having been credited with an interest 2 years ago.
The versatile 24-year-old is also attracting English Championship Cardiff City following his impressive performances in the League One, with an offer of around £500,000 being prepared.
However, neither the Welsh outfit nor Rangers have a chance as Rotherham aren’t willing to let Vaulks go this month.
Millers boss Paul Warne recently told Sheffield Star: “There’s no way I would sell Will in this window for £500,000.
“In fact, I wouldn’t sell him for £2 million. He would have to man up and wait until the summer. I can categorically say that him leaving in January is not happening.”
Rangers have been dealt a huge blow as Ryan Jack is set to miss the rest of the campaign to injury, prompting manager Graeme Murty to search for a replacement.
Vaulks, formerly of Falkirk, would have been a perfect option, and his ability to play at right-back would have also helped add depth to the department.
However, Rangers don’t have a chance of landing him now or even summer as Rotherham now rate him £2million.