Rangers striker Joe Dodoo is the subject of interest from a whole host of League One and League Two clubs according to Football Insider.
The attacker has reportedly told the Scottish side that he wishes to leave permanently before the end of this transfer window as he looks to move south of the border.
Dodoo spent last season on loan at League One side Blackpool and enjoyed an impressive campaign but despite this he is still deemed surplus to requirements at Ibrox by manager Steven Gerrard.
He has received multiple offers from sides in English football and now has ten days remaining in which to make a move before the transfer window closes.
It is believed that the striker would be willing to either move permanently or even to entertain another season-long loan deal in order to obtain more regular first team football.
The versatile forward scored six goals and provided four assists in 25 appearances in all competitions for third-tier side Blackpool last season.
Even though he made a sizeable contribution for Blackpool this hasn’t led to any first team chances at Rangers with him not having been included in a single match day squad so far this season.
Rangers’ first-choice forward Alfredo Morelos has already scored nine goals in the new campaign and the second in line is Jermaine Defoe, who’s netted six times. It appears that both of those experienced strikers will be hard to dislodge this season highlighting the reason that Dodoo would prefer to depart.
Previous manager Mark Warburton bought him to Rangers before the appointment of Gerrard and the Ghanian has a further year left on his current contract.