The Daily Mail reports that Rotherham United midfielder Will Vaulks is attracting interest from two clubs this month. The Englishman is wanted by Neil Warnock at Cardiff City, whilst Rangers are also keen on making their move as well.
Vaulks is no stranger to Scottish football having made his name during a three-year spell with Falkirk, which proved the catalyst for his move to Rotherham in 2016. A string of clubs were interested in him then, and recent showings has seen those clubs return. Cardiff and Rangers though are believed to be leading the queue for Vaulks, but Rotherham may have something to say about that.
Warnock, and Rangers manager Graeme Murty, are said to be sanctioned bids worth £500,000 for the versatile 24-year-old. He has made 31 appearances for the Millers this season so far as the club look to bounce back into the second tier of English football under manager Paul Warne at the first attempt. Warnock, a former Rotherham manager, wants to boost his squad for the second half of the campaign with the Bluebirds firmly in a race for the Premier League. Rangers are looking to bridge the rather large gap to Glasgow rivals Celtic, with Murty now being handed the job until the end of the campaign and being given permission to make new signings.
Vaulks has now played just over 70 times for Rotherham in the spaces of under two seasons. He has worked under a few different managers at Rotherham, one of which being current Cardiff boss Warnock. Perhaps he’ll be keen on linking up with the player again, and the possibility of Premier League football next season could be too good of an opportunity to reject.