- Rangers are currently without a manager after sacking Pedro Caixinha
- Club have scouted the duo very recently
- Scottish side are to want both players on loan
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Scottish Premier League side Rangers are eyeing up a double loan swoop for Man United pair Ethan Hamilton and Scott McTominay.
This is reported by the Sun, who say that the Scottish giants have scouted the duo very recently, and that the club are to question Man United about to taking both players on loan until the end of the season.
McTominay made his first team debut for Jose Mourinho’s side towards the tail end of last season, with the player also having made a handful of appearances for the Red Devils this season in both the Champions League and the EFL Cup.
Despite having not scored or assisted for the club yet, McTominay has put in solid performances whenever he has been called upon by Jose Mourinho.
Since joining the club in 2014, 19-year-old Hamilton has 36 appearances for the Premier League side at youth level, however the Scot is yet to make his debut for United’s first team.
The player has also made his mark at international level as well, as the player has managed to make seven appearances for Scotland U19’s during his career so far.
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Should Rangers seal the transfer of both players, it’ll be interesting to see how the duo develop during their time north of the border.