SMITH CONFIDENT OVER KERKAR

Rangers boss Walter Smith is confident of signing Salim Kerkar. The 23-year-old winger is a free agent after leaving French club Guegnon and has been training with Gers for several...

MOTHERWELL COMPLETE GOW SIGNING

Motherwell have completed the signing of former Rangers striker Alan Gow on free transfer. The former Rangers and Falkirk striker, who was released by Plymouth Argyle in the summer, has joined on an initial six-month contract.

Motherwell boss Craig Brown is delighted to have captured the forward and is pleased to have beaten a number of clubs to his signature.

He told the Evening Times: “We are delighted that Alan Gow will be joining us today after he completes his medical and a few other details.

RANGERS MAKE A TRANSFER COUP

Rangers have agreed to sell Danny Wilson for a fee which can go upto £5 million. The 18-year-old central defender, voted the SFA’s young player of the year last season, was pulled out of the Rangers squad that departed for a pre-season tour of Australia today to undergo a medical at Liverpool’s Melwood training ground.

RANGERS REJECT LIVERPOOL BID

Rangers manager Walter Smith has told Liverpool to increase their offer for defender Danny Wilson if they are to win the race for his signature.

A second bid of £2million was rejected by the SPL champions, with the 18-year-old refusing to extend his stay at Ibrox with just 12 months remaining on his contract.

Liverpool had remained unchallenged in their pursuit of Wilson but Tottenham Hotspur, who trumped them to the final Champions League place last season, have now entered the fray and are expected to prompt a bidding war with their Premier League rivals.

Smith: We can still Lose

Manager Walter Smith expects more tough fixtures for Rangers after they edged closer to the Scottish Premier League title with a 0-0 draw at Dundee United.

“When you get to the business end it’s difficult,” Smith told BBC Scotland. “Any team that comes to Tanandice is going to get an extremely tough game.

“People think that if you’re going for a championship, you will stroll to it but in Scotland you don’t do that.

“We know that we will have to work hard to earn our championship.”

Walter Smith Stays

Walter Smith has suggested he would be prepared to remain Rangers manager next season – even if that means continuing without a contract. Asked whether it was possible a new...

Boyd Blamed for Poor Run

Kenny Miller has blamed strike partner Kris Boyd’s dry spell in front of goal on Rangers’ performances as a whole. Boyd has failed to score since converting a penalty against Hibernian back in February.

Boyd is chasing his 100th goal for Rangers but has failed to hit the same heights as in the first half of the season, where he scored 19 league goals before the new year.