Rangers’ pursuit of Auston Trusty could hasten transfer exit for veteran star – as FOUR free agents look set to leave

RANGERS have targeted £2million Arsenal defender Austin Trusty.

The USA international was loaned to Birmingham this season and the Blues are keen to keep him.

Auston Trusty has been loaned to Birmingham by Arsenal


Auston Trusty has been loaned to Birmingham by ArsenalCredit: Alamy

But Trusty is considered high on Michael Bel‘S ranger Wishlist.

The 24-year-old agreed to join Arsenal from Colorado Rapids last January but ended the season in MLS.

He was transferred to Birmingham where he was named the fans’ player of the year.

His arrival at Ibrox could signal the departure of the defender Ben Davis.

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SunSport understand several English Championship clubs are keeping an eye on Trusty’s situation in light of a summer crash.

Beale has hinted Alfredo Morelos And Ryan Kent will lead a massive eviction as he embarks on a major remodel.

Ibrox Veterans Alan McGregor, Steven Davis And Scott Arfield are in the final weeks of their contracts and are expected to depart, as is crocked Philip Helander.

borrowed James Sands was cut free weeks ago with Malik Tillman Now back at the German champions Bayern Munich after a loan period.

RyanJack has yet to agree a new deal and with so many stars on the brink of retirement, Beale is stepping up his recruitment.

Guardian of the Crystal Palace Jack Butland and Norwich midfielder Kieran Dowell are expected to be the first to arrive.

Gers are also keen to sign a striker to replace Morelos – with defender Trusty now emerging as a target at the other end of the pitch.

In terms of where Morelos could go, Everton hero Kevin Campbell is counting on the Colombian would be a “smart call” for Goodison Park Club this summer.

The former Toffees forward believes Morelos has an “advantage” about him that would endear him to Everton faithful.

Speak with Goodison News, Campbell said: “I think Morelos is a good player, he has the kind of game that the Goodison crowd would like. He has an advantage.

“The key is, can you create opportunities for him? If you can, he looks like he can take risks.

“This might be a little longer, but it’s going to be difficult for someone like him to just go anywhere.

“That might be a smart yell, to be honest, it might just be a smart yell because he likes to prove himself and he has that advantage.”

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Zack Zwiezen

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