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Rangers have made an offer to sign 16-year-old Copenhagen striker Morten Nielson, according to his father.


It is also being claimed that Chelsea and Manchester United have been tracking the teenager, who is a Danish Under-17 international.


Benny Nielson told the Daily Express: "Rangers have made us an offer and want us to across to visit Glasgow.


"Morten still has a contract with FC Copenhagen and I have told Rangers they must agree a transfer fee with them."


New Rangers manager Paul Le Guen has already signed three promising teenagers, one from Chelsea and two from Rennes as he builds for the future.


However, Nielson, who is a former Denmark international, added: "Morten would definitely love to go to a big club like Rangers, but there are a lot of other clubs who are also interested."


From BBC Sport. Always good to build for the future.

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If this is true i really like what le guen is doing. He is definately looking at the big picture and not going for one year success. The future is bright the future is L�³range.:D

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A 16 year old eh?


although I feel like this has a hint of an agent trying to stir up intrest in it


Possibly, but i believe Le Guen will be the boss on who he does or dosn't sign.

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