Rangers’ starlet, Billy Gilmour might be heading to Chelsea if all indications around Stanford Bridge are to be believed.
The youngster who turns 16 in June, is a star attraction for top premier league sides as well as other top European sides.
Manchester United, Chelsea, and Man City are among clubs believed to have scouted the player who have been training with the club’s senior team this season.
Rangers are hoping to convince the player to stay, believing that he has a better chance to break into their first team than at any other club. However, Billy is in a position to make a move when he turns 16 in the summer, and this has left Rangers hoping they can convince the teenager to stay.
Former manager, Mark Warburton admitted that the youngster’s talent has not gone unnoticed by top European sides admitting that if the player wants to leave, Rangers would have to seek the best financial package offered to them.