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Monday morning round-up

We quickly round-up the weekend’s news

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Gers beat ‘Well 2-0

Goals from Kenny Miller & Emerson Hyndman were enough to see off Motherwell for the second time in a week as Rangers leapfrogged Aberdeen to go back into second in the league. Michael O’Halloran saw red with only four minutes played to put his team-mates up against it but a solid performance earned the three points.

Bid made for Port Vale ‘keeper

With Matt Gilks reportedly set to leave the club for a move to Wigan, Mark Warburton quickly moved to secure a replacement by making a bid of £250k for Port Vale’s Jak Alnwick. The bid has reportedly triggered his release clause with Port Vale boss Michael Brown admitting he may have played his last game for the club in their 3-2 defeat to Scunthorpe.

Gilmour set for Premier League giants?

Rerports emerged yesterday claiming midfielder Billy Gilmour was on the brink of signing for Chelsea ahead of his sixteenth birthday in June. Gilmour is highy-rated within Auchenhowie and it’s hoped he’ll commit his future to Rangers. Despite his age, Gilmour has been a regular in the U20s recently and has the potential to go to the very top of the game.

Loan players in action

With a number of young Gers out on loan across Britain we caught up with how they got on over the weekend for their respective clubs.