Ex-England international wants Rangers to sign Middlesbrough defender ahead of Wolves and Everton
Middlesbrough have reportedly put a price tag of £5 million on their player, who has been attracting interest from Rangers, Everton, and Wolves.
Boro's full-back Djed Spence is set to leave the club following interest in the 20-year-old, and it appears that Boro have already placed a price tag on him.
Former England player Paul Robinson has urged Scottish champion Rangers to ensure they beat Wolves and Everton to the signing of the English defender in the transfer window, because he believes Spence will be an excellent fit for what they are building at Steven Gerrard's club.
Robinson said, "Spence has done well this season. It's always great to have versatile players in your squad, and Spence is certainly one of those."
"He's a great age and has a lot of experience already for someone so young. I think he'd be a great signing for Rangers. I'm sure he'd be interested if offered the chance to work with Steven Gerrard. They're building something special up there."
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Spence is a good prospect, but Middlesbrough will not mind allowing him to go because they are looking at the £5m they will gain, which will help them sign new players this season.