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Report: Rangers to reignite interest in Lyndon Dykes

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Steven Gerrard

Glasgow Rangers are interested in bringing Lyndon Dykes to the Ibrox club in the summer transfer window.

The Gers showed keen interest in signing the 24-year-old striker in the January transfer window.

The Scottish Sun reported that Rangers could make a deadline-day move for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes if they fail to land Florian Kamberi.

In the end, the deal for Dykes didn’t materialise.

That did not mean Rangers have forgotten him completely. In fact, the Gers would make an attempt to bring him to the Ibrox club in the summer.

According to reports from The Scottish Sun, Rangers are keen to sign the striker from Livingston.

He has been in outstanding form this season, scoring 12 goals and providing 10 assists in 33 appearances this season.

Rangers are likely to face strong competition from Stoke City. However, the Gers hold a strong interest and they are determined to beat Stoke in the race to sign the Australian attacker.

Dykes has a contract at the club till 2022, and Livingston are likely to demand a record transfer fee for him.

Rangers have an advantage over Stoke City as the Gers can tempt him with the offer of European football.

Kamberi has impressed on loan for Rangers, and therefore it remains to be seen whether Steven Gerrard signs him permanently, makes a fresh move for Dykes, or signs both of them.