Rangers are said to be interested in Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson as a possible replacement for Glen Kamara who is reportedly being watched by English clubs.
The Dons star is the son of former Gers player Derek and the nephew of Barry Ferguson, but supporters on Twitter don’t believe the 20-year-old would add much to the squad if he is bought in January:
Need to Aim higher Lewis Ferguson PMSL We get him in clean the Boots
— CHAZ8315 (@chaz9268) November 12, 2019
Don't want Ferguson he's nothing special plus he's contracted until 2024 they'd want 3 mill at least to sell to us
— Gersfan46 (@gersfan46) November 12, 2019
Should of went for him when he was at Hamilton. As you say tho, Aberdeen will want funny money ( see McKenna valuation)
— Glasgow_Bear (@Glasgow_Bear1) November 12, 2019
It’s all the talk of Kamara going in January. Kamara won’t be going in January. Clubs will wait till the summer also we can’t be selling our top players in January when we’ll be in a title race, another cup competition and potentially more European football.
— Mack (@Joshvibor) November 12, 2019
Ferguson isn't good enough
— robcrerar (@RobCharbour) November 12, 2019
He's a absolute donkey
— Stephen Lang (@StephenLang77) November 12, 2019
Not a, patch on his dad or Uncle Barry wouldn't even get on our bench so no point Greg Docherty every bit as good if not better then Lewis Ferguson
— James McLean (@JamesMc83491385) November 12, 2019
He's not even good enough for our youth team ffs.
— Every Saturday We Follow 🍊 (@1872StevieC) November 12, 2019
I don't think Aberdeen would sell him to us no matter how much we offered
— Stuart Smith (@stuart723) November 12, 2019
Sporting director Ross Wilson is said to be a fan of Ferguson after impressing at Aberdeen over the last year or so, but a lot depends on Kamara’s future.
Manager Steven Gerrard has stated he is aware of scouts watching the Finnish international, but the Scottish club won’t be letting the midfielder leave on the cheap.
It has been claimed that Rangers could hold out for as much as £8m, and if no team is willing to pay the asking price, the Light Blues are under no pressure to sell.