Premier League sides ready to take advantage of Ibrox financial crisis.
West Brom and Everton ready to swoop for ex-Rangers stars Naismith and Whittaker
West Brom and Everton are monitoring events with Rangers duo Steven Naismith and Steven Whittaker.
The two international rejected the transfer of their contracts to the newco at the SPL outfit.
They now consider themselves to be free agents.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
The Glasgow side can expect many approaches for their top performers this summer, approaches from clubs who know all too well the financial pickle Rangers find themselves in and therefore all the more eager to lure away Ibrox stars for a pittance.
David Moyes picked up Nikica Jelavic for a bargain sum in January and may well be looking to put forward Steven Naismith as an ideal partner for the Croatian international. The Scottish international managed nine goals from 12 SPL game before a cruciate ligament injury ruled him out of the rest of the campaign.
New West Brom boss Steve Clarke is no doubt looking to put his stamp on the Baggies squad and Steven Whittaker an experienced right back, with almost 400 appearances to his name, and the 28 year old defender may well add more strength to the Hawthorns defence as probably a bargain price.