Report: Birmingham City’s Greg Stewart agrees personal terms with Rangers

Rangers News: According to a report from Football InsiderGreg Stewart of Birmingham has agreed on personal terms with Rangers.

The 29-year-old striker has been on the radar of the Light Blues for a while now. And the report also adds that the Light Blues have offered a three-year deal.

Now, the Scottish striker has become a signing of Steven Gerrard after  Steven Davis and Jake Hastie.

Stewart commenced his youth career at Ibrox and was brought into prominence with Cowden Beth and Dundee.

Upon signing for Birmingham, the Scotsman was loaned to Aberdeen and Kilmarnock and had great success with the latter club.

He is currently on his second loan spell with the Dons and destined to return to Blues at the end of this season.

Future at Ibrox

The Light Blues’ primary striker Alfredo Morelos has been sensational for the Gers this season with a goal tally of 29.

Gerrard’s second choice striker Jermain Defoe also proved his worth whenever he was offered the chances. The Bournemouth–bound striker has bagged 8 goals and 2 assists so far.

Steven Gerrard

The Light Blues picked up six straight wins that include the Old Firm win at Ibrox last Sunday.  During this time, Defoe has been the stand-out player even in the absence of  Colombian forward Morelos.

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Having said that, Stewart’s future in Glasgow looks bleak and he must battle hard to cement his position.

After a thumping derby win, the Light Blues will play their final game of the Scottish Premiership this season against Kilmarnock.

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