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Rangers can secure their own James Forrest as transfer link allows insider to unveil giddy scouting report

Mark Wotte reckons Rangers will recruit their answer to James Forrest if they land Moroccan ace Couhaib Driouech.

The former Scotland performance director is a big fan of the winger who is set to leave relegated Rotterdam side Excelsior. PSV Eindhoven lead the chase for the 22-year-old but Rangers and RC Lens are also interested. Wotte hopes Rangers push the boat out to battle for Driouech and says it will be well worth their while.

Wotte, who once hailed evergreen Celtic star Forrest as Scottish football’s ‘light in the darkness’, said: “There will be plenty competition but, if Rangers can sign Driouech, they will enjoy him. He’s a talented boy. I loved to watch him – he’s a very attractive player. He would be good in Scottish football. And, for Rangers, he’d be a similar player to what Forrest is for Celtic. This is his quality.

“He’s a winger who can come inside or outside, is quick, stocky, agile and brave. He also has a good end-product. I watched him twice last month against my hometown team Den Hague. When you play in Europe for Rangers, you need to have speed up front but it’s not just that he is quick. I’d compare him a little bit with Ryan Fraser too.

“He’s a good small dribbler. He could be a good asset to Rangers.”

Rangers’ director of football recruitment Nils Koppen was in charge of PSV’s scouting for four years before moving to Ibrox. The Eindhoven side were one of the teams linked with Driouech in January. Rangers boss Philippe Clement is already close to securing his Moroccan international team-mate Hamza Igamane.

Both future stars are set feature this summer for Morocco in the Olympic football tournament. Driouech is Dutch-born but was on Morocco’s radar as a teen when Wotte was in charge of their