Is Rangers FC the next football destination of Rushian Hepburn-Murphy?

// Published December 12, 2016 by content

Rushian Hepburn-Murphy is a 18 year old English forward that is attracting the attention of many clubs from around the world and the blossoming player became one of the youngest players ever to appear in a Premier League in the history of Aston Villa.

Rushian made his way through the youth academy of Aston Villa and he is already being linked with a number of clubs that are believed to be interested in signing him.

One of those clubs that is being rumored in securing the services of Rushian is the Scottish outfit Rangers as Mark Warburton is in need of all the help that he can get in his quest of not only keeping up with Celtic but also attempt to overcome them and stop Celtic from winning their 6th successive Scottish Premiership title.

Even though Rushian Hepburn-Murphy is a rising and promising star who even before having reached the age of 18 has already made appearances in the Premier League, it’s unlikely that he will be getting consistent playing time in the first team of the head coach Steve Bruce.

So instead of spending his time on the sidelines of Aston Villa, it would be better off for Rushian to join a club that he can realistically get playing time in the first team and get experience. Jonathan Kodjila, Ross McCormack, Rudy Gestede, Libor Kozak and Jordan Ayew are just a few of the more renowned forwards that are in the squad of Aston Villa’s Steve Bruce and trying to get playing time ahead of these players will be difficult for the 18 year old Rushian Hepburn-Murphy, which is why making a move to another club that might be interested is a realistic possibility.