Loads of Rangers fans are weighing in on the latest rumour to do the rounds on Twitter, with Danny Welbeck being touted as a possible summer signing.
Rangers are expected to undergo another small squad overhaul this summer, and while there will likely be nowhere close to the 15 signings Steven Gerrard made last summer, the Gers need to continue to trim and reshape the squad.
And fans are looking at Welbeck as a possible arrival, with the Arsenal striker set to become a free agent at the end of this season.
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The 28 year-old will be without a club by the start of July, and plenty of Gers fans are eyeing a swoop to bring him to Ibrox for free.
Of course, free signings have more negotiating power when agreeing wages, meaning the player’s personal demands could put a stop to any possible move.
That hasn’t stopped fans fantasising about signing the versatile attacker though, who can play as a number nine or down the wing, with some even suggesting a pay-as-you-play deal, such is the extent of his injury record.
Take a look at the Twitter reactions down below, where plenty of fans are backing a move for the £13.5m-rated ace…
PAY AS YOU PLAY !!!
— Martyyboyy91 (@Martyyboyy91) April 23, 2019
If Morelos goes then yes
— James Hunter (@James_Hunter80) April 23, 2019
If it’s true I’d be happy with him welbeck is still a good player but let’s be honest it’s no gonna happen ? got tae love the rumours around this time of year
— Danny Taylor ??????? (@DannyTaylor_20) April 23, 2019
If we got him on a pay as u play then yes but if not, no
— adam caulfield (@AdamCaulfield03) April 23, 2019
Welbeck is always injured , he is a decent player (when fit) very big risk to take
— D4nny_80 (@d4nny_80) April 23, 2019
If fit could be a real coup, don’t wanna pay over the top wages for him though so try hold on to Morelos would be ideal scenario for us
— Littsy92 (@jamie_litts) April 23, 2019
If he can stay fit n free of injury i would sign him
— Roy O’Neill (@RoyRfcNo1) April 23, 2019