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That prick Jackson at it again, apparantly he has spoke to a guy called A Source ( :) ), whoever he is, and he has confirmed talks have already begun.

http://www.<No links to this website>/football/spl/rangers/2012/01/02/rangers-boss-ally-mccoist-could-move-for-nacho-novo-if-club-sells-nikica-jelavic-86908-23673188/

ALLY McCOIST will attempt to strike a bargain-basement deal to bring Nacho Novo back to Ibrox as he braces himself for the sale of Nikica Jelavic.

The Rangers boss will meet with new owner Craig Whyte before today’s SPL clash with Motherwell to ask how much money will be made available to spend in the January sales.

Jelavic’s future will also be on the agenda after it emerged that the club has given an English agent a written mandate to move the Croat on during the transfer window.

McCoist needs to know what funds Whyte plans to put on the table and is already piecing together his first cut-price move – to bring Novo back from La Liga, 18 months after the striker left to join Sporting Gijon.

Novo is back in Spain after spending Christmas in Glasgow during which time he trained with McCoist’s first-team squad.

Record Sport understands that McCoist sounded the 32-year-old out over a possible return before his team lost their lead at the top of the table on derby day at Celtic Park.

That lacklustre performance in a 1-0 defeat merely underlined to the manager the need to add the energy and urgency for which Novo was so renowned during his first stint at the club.

And the player will be willing to answer McCoist’s surprise SOS as long as Whyte comes up with the cash to make it happen.

McCoist hopes Novo would be available for a knockdown fee as he is now in the final six months of his contract with the Spanish outfit and is permitted to open talks about a free transfer in the summer.

But any deal will hinge on what wages Whyte can make available for a player who was one of the lowest earners in Walter Smith’s squad.

Novo’s old Ibrox pay packet has almost doubled during his time in Spain and, although he would take a pay cut to push a deal through, he is also aware that his next deal could be the last big earner of his career.

A source said: “Ally would take Nacho back in a minute and the little fella has never hidden his love for Rangers. They had talks and it was all positive but it’s about getting the money to get a deal done.

“The Jelavic situation is making it all a bit cloudy. That’s why Ally and Craig need to thrash out where the club is going in January.”

Record Sport can also reveal McCoist is not closing in on Honduran internationals Jerry Bengtson and Jorge Claros, as reported elsewhere. The manager was alerted to the duo in November and has since paid special attention to the form of striker Bengtson.

It’s understood Ibrox operations executive Ali Russell is keen on the idea of signing them to help the club break into the Central American market but McCoist has yet to be convinced either player would cut it in the SPL.

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Personally, i can see it happening, although to replace Jela? No thanks. :lol:

Lets hope Nacho is NOT this player Ally has spoken about to "excite" the Rangers fans.

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If Ally and Craig Whyte haven't spoken about how much money there is to spend then out club is really a farce. Even in Champ Manager the first thing you would do is see how much you have to spend before targeting someone. Our whole set up just seems like amateur hour.

If we are already in January and they genuinely haven't spoken, then it's clear that we haven't learned any lessons from the last embarrassment of a transfer window.

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That prick Jackson at it again, apparantly he has spoke to a guy called A Source ( :) ), whoever he is, and he has confirmed talks have already begun.

http://www.<No links to this website>/football/spl/rangers/2012/01/02/rangers-boss-ally-mccoist-could-move-for-nacho-novo-if-club-sells-nikica-jelavic-86908-23673188/

ALLY McCOIST will attempt to strike a bargain-basement deal to bring Nacho Novo back to Ibrox as he braces himself for the sale of Nikica Jelavic.

The Rangers boss will meet with new owner Craig Whyte before today’s SPL clash with Motherwell to ask how much money will be made available to spend in the January sales.

Jelavic’s future will also be on the agenda after it emerged that the club has given an English agent a written mandate to move the Croat on during the transfer window.

McCoist needs to know what funds Whyte plans to put on the table and is already piecing together his first cut-price move – to bring Novo back from La Liga, 18 months after the striker left to join Sporting Gijon.

Novo is back in Spain after spending Christmas in Glasgow during which time he trained with McCoist’s first-team squad.

Record Sport understands that McCoist sounded the 32-year-old out over a possible return before his team lost their lead at the top of the table on derby day at Celtic Park.

That lacklustre performance in a 1-0 defeat merely underlined to the manager the need to add the energy and urgency for which Novo was so renowned during his first stint at the club.

And the player will be willing to answer McCoist’s surprise SOS as long as Whyte comes up with the cash to make it happen.

McCoist hopes Novo would be available for a knockdown fee as he is now in the final six months of his contract with the Spanish outfit and is permitted to open talks about a free transfer in the summer.

But any deal will hinge on what wages Whyte can make available for a player who was one of the lowest earners in Walter Smith’s squad.

Novo’s old Ibrox pay packet has almost doubled during his time in Spain and, although he would take a pay cut to push a deal through, he is also aware that his next deal could be the last big earner of his career.

A source said: “Ally would take Nacho back in a minute and the little fella has never hidden his love for Rangers. They had talks and it was all positive but it’s about getting the money to get a deal done.

“The Jelavic situation is making it all a bit cloudy. That’s why Ally and Craig need to thrash out where the club is going in January.”

Record Sport can also reveal McCoist is not closing in on Honduran internationals Jerry Bengtson and Jorge Claros, as reported elsewhere. The manager was alerted to the duo in November and has since paid special attention to the form of striker Bengtson.

It’s understood Ibrox operations executive Ali Russell is keen on the idea of signing them to help the club break into the Central American market but McCoist has yet to be convinced either player would cut it in the SPL.

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Personally, i can see it happening, although to replace Jela? No thanks. :lol:

Lets hope Nacho is NOT this player Ally has spoken about to "excite" the Rangers fans.

play him wide right.

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our scouts must have a list of players made up and presented to the manager and coaches if not why not

Our scouting network is headed by a couple of guys from the 9 in a row days, the management team same.

Jobs for the boys anyone?

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always insisting he was a striker even though he struggled for goals.

could have had far more games if he got it out his head.

we played some great stuff when he lowered himself to right mid.

He struggled for goals because we played him in midfield or stuck him on the bench.

He is a striker, his crossing ability is woeful and his tackling worse, was never going to succeed on the right of a 4 or 5 man midfield.

Possibly as a right attacker of a front 3 but never a right sided midfielder in a 4 or 5. He wasnt a good enough footballer to be a midfielder or proper winger.

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He struggled for goals because we played him in midfield or stuck him on the bench.

He is a striker, his crossing ability is woeful and his tackling worse, was never going to succeed on the right of a 4 or 5 man midfield.

Possibly as a right attacker of a front 3 but never a right sided midfielder in a 4 or 5. He wasnt a good enough footballer to be a midfielder or proper winger.

not a good enough footballer I've seen him do a cryuff turn a dozen times to lose two men.

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