Cardiff City are lining up a move for Rangers midfielder Josh Windass, according to the Daily Mail.
The Bluebirds are looking at potential signings in preparation for the Premier League next season and see Windass as someone who can bolster their attacking options.
Neil Warnock’s side surprised everyone in the Championship this season by finishing second and gaining promotion to the top flight. They are now set for a busy summer in the transfer window and have recently been linked with Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur and Hannover striker Nicklas Fullkrug.
Josh Windass is the latest player to be linked with a move to the Welsh side. The 24-year-old has scored 17 goals for Rangers this season in all competitions and has they will face a battle to hold onto him over the coming months.
Windass, who is the son of former Hull City striker Dean, started his career at Harrogate Railway before joining Accrington Stanley in 2013. He spent three seasons playing in League Two for Stanley before he was snapped up by Rangers in July 2016 for just £60,000.
He has turned out to be a shrewd signing by the Scottish giants and has been in great form for them since he joined. He is a player whose career is on the up and a move to Cardiff City in the Premier League would be a great opportunity for him.