Rangers express interest in 19-year-old Northampton prospect Caleb Chukwuemeka as Scottish Champions eye cut-price deal for forward
- Rangers have expressed interest in Northampton prospect Caleb Chukwuemeka
- The 19-year-old forward would be available for a small £60,000 compensation
- Youngster made breakthrough this season scoring four times in 28 appearances
Scottish Champions Rangers have expressed an interest in Northampton prospect Caleb Chukwuemeka.
Rangers are weighing up a cut-price move for teenager Chukwuemeka who made his breakthrough at senior level last season, making 28 appearances for the Cobblers.
Four were from the start with Chukwuemeka scoring twice.
Rangers are eyeing a cut-price deal for Northampton youngster Caleb Chukwuemeka
Chukwuemeka has yet to sign a professional contract, leaving League Two Northampton in a vulnerable position if his future is not resolved before his current youth contract expires at the end of next January.
Were he to make a cross-border switch at the end of his deal Northampton would be entitled to around just £60,000 in compensation, a situation that has alerted Rangers.
The 19-year-old has attracted interest from the likes of Aston Villa, Norwich and Club Brugges in the past.
Chukwuemeka is the brother of Villa’ England under-18 starlet Carney, who made his first team debut in May, and the Midlands club have considered reuniting the siblings at Villa Park.
The 19-year-old has made 28 appearances for the Cobblers this season scoring four goals
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