Rangers have made an enquiry to West Ham about the possibility of signing winger Grady Diangana, according to a report from Scottish outlet The Herald.

The report also suggests that Celtic have also made an enquiry for the 22-year-old, whilst West Brom would be keen to keep him next season too, which is understandable given how well he’s performed for them during his loan spell.

Diangana’s preference would be to stay at West Ham next year and play Premier League football for David Moyes’ side but he will want some assurances about game time before choosing to stay at the club.

If West Ham can’t provide him with any guarantees, then Diangana will ask for another move, either on loan or permanently.

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From a West Ham point of view, keeping Diangana at the club could be a wise move as he’s a young player who has shown a lot of promise whilst on loan with Albion.

However, if he’s not going to be given game time, then another loan away does make sense.

If West Brom get promoted, then the Hammers might not be keen to loan him back to them as they’d be strengthening a potential rival and in that case, letting him move to Rangers would make a lot of sense.