Gers match Rovers' Goodwillie bid

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Manager Ally McCoist has confirmed Rangers have submitted another bid for Dundee United striker David Goodwillie.

The Scottish champions have already failed with previous attempts to land the 22-year-old who has held talks with Blackburn. Blackburn have reportedly offered £2million up front with £800,000 potential add-ons plus a sell-on clause, which has been accepted by United.

Asked if Rangers' latest bid is equal to that offered by the Barclays Premier League club, McCoist said: "As far as I'm aware, yes. Unfortunately I can't give you a lot of information, other than we have put in a new bid to Dundee United."

He added: "We just have to wait and see in the next couple of hours what happens.

"We've all made no secret of the fact that David is a player we would love to see at Rangers.

"We believe that we have put a bid in that's more than acceptable."

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