Date: 9th May 2019 at 10:57pm
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Rangers have handed a trial to 19-year-old French prospect Yanis Bensaber, as reported by The Scottish Sun.

The paper say the Lille player was in action for Graeme Murty’s young Gers side against English non-league outfit Corby today and impressed by getting himself on the scoresheet.

The development team were playing Corby as part of their 70th anniversary celebrations.

Starting up front alongside Nathan Young-Coombes and Andrew Dallas, clearly it was a big opportunity for Bensaber and if he continues to impress while in the country there’s every chance we could give him a deal to play his football at Rangers next season.

The prospect was once a French youth international for the U16s but has not been capped at older age groups.

It’ll be interesting to see how this one develops over the coming weeks and it’ll also be intriguing to see if he gets more game time in friendly matches before a decision is made on his future.

 

One Reply to “Rangers give opportunity to 19-year-old attacker – signing on the way?”

  • Scotland used produce top players, for such a small country. Been lost past few years, good that teams like Hamilton and the like invest in youth, selling to keep them afloat. Murty still there, loyal as fuck, lovenkrands, all past players staying staunch.

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