Rangers are reportely tracking a wonderkid from South Africa. 

Reports from Scouts in Attendance claim Rangers are on of a number of European teams interested in Orlando Pirates winger Relebohile Mofokeng.

They report that the Ibrox club are keeping tabs on the emerging talent, aged 19.

He has already caught the eye of clubs in England. He had a trial at Premier League side Wolves, before also being offered the chance to impress at Reading.

Al-Ahly and Red Bull Salzburg are among the other clubs who hold an interest.

The centre midfielder has started 16 games in South Africa's top flight this season, playing his part in helping Orlando Pirates into third. He's scored four times, and has six assists to his name.

His versatility is another plus point for any interested parties, with Mofokeng understood to be comfortable playing on the left wing.

It's believed Philippe Clement will be busy in the summer transfer window as the Belgian looks to put his own stamp on the team.

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Meanwhile, Giovanni van Bronckhorst has revealed the soon-to-be Champions League finalist whom he tried to bring to Rangers.

The Dutchman insists he attempted to sign Ian Maatsen for the Ibrox club during his time as manager. 

However, he failed, as the wing-back opted to go to Burnley to aid their eventual promotion to the Premier League.

The Netherlands Under-21 international last night helped to secure Borussia Dortmund's slot in this season's Champions League final.

The Bundesliga side beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 over both semi-final legs to reach the showpiece event at Wembley on Saturday, June 1.

He's currently on loan from parent club Chelsea, where he's not had much of a chance to shine in the first team.

The 22-year-old's career could've been very different though, had he chosen a loan to Rangers instead of Burnley for the 2022/23 season.