The 18-year-old is reported to have the likes of Erik ten Hag’s men plus English Premier League rivals Leeds United and Newcastle United keen on his services after breaking into Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s first-team.
Leon King has opened up on his Rangers future amid speculation linking him with a host of English Premier League clubs – including Manchester United.
The 18-year-old is reported to have the likes of Erik ten Hag’s men plus top flight rivals Leeds United and Newcastle United keen on his services after breaking into Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s first-team set-up. He was handed a big career moment with a start in the Battle of Britain Champions League clash with Liverpool at Anfield.
I’ve supported Rangers all my life, so to pull the jersey on and play in front of the fans at Ibrox is amazing. It’s something that I’ve always dreamed of. I hope it continues.
It is amazing. To get the chance at such a big football club, it is surreal for me. And obviously my family are very proud as well.
It is a massive opportunity. But it is up to me to take that opportunity. Obviously the boss has shown he can play players in different positions as well so it is up to me to grasp the opportunity with both hands.
“I only really see this as the start. Being a young one and getting flung into the first team at such a young age, and seeing the likes of Alex (Lowry) and Charlie (McCann) getting their chance as well, and being a Rangers fan as well it is amazing.”