hate the guy but as john hartson said saturday, rangers have 1 player who will score 20+ goals a season so why sell him??
Setanta Sports News understands that Rangers have accepted a bid from Birmingham City for Kris Boyd.
Boyd, who last year retired from international football, is the SPL's top scorer with 20 goals in 21 games for The Gers this season.
This has taken his total record for the club to an incredible 88 in as many starts in domestic competition.
The former Kilmarnock striker would link up again with former Rangers boss Alex McLeish at St Andrews.
The Blues, who currently lie third in the Championship, behind Reading on goal difference and seven points off leaders Wolves, are clearly making a push to get back into The Premier League at the first attempt with Scott Sinclair also moving to the second city on loan.
Rangers have confirmed Birmingham's approach but stopped short of admitting that a fee has been agreed.
"Following media speculation today, Rangers Football Club can confirm this evening that we have received an enquiry from Birmingham City for Kris Boyd," a club statement read.