Reynolds' future on hold
Rangers target Mark Reynolds will hold talks with Motherwell boss Mark McGhee about his future straight after his holiday
By Hayley Paterson
Last Updated: 08/06/08 4:03pm
Rangers target Mark Reynolds will hold talks with Motherwell boss Mark McGhee about his future straight after his holiday.
The Ibrox club, who could also unveil Derby striker Kenny Miller as a new signing, have already had a £1million bid for the promising Scotland Under 21 centre half turned down by their Fir Park rivals.
Reynolds, who is also a target for Everton, is currently enjoying a much-needed break in Mexico for the first time in three years.
From the South American destination, Reynolds told the Glasgow Evening Times: "I've spoken to the manager and he told me the situation.
"He told me just to enjoy my holiday. We will speak when I get back.
"I've honestly not given too much thought about my future yet. I would like to speak to the gaffer and Scott Leitch (McGhee's assistant), my dad and other people to get their take on it.
"I'm actually quite glad to be out here in Mexico while it's all breaking because it keeps me out of the spotlight."
Reynolds has not had a holiday in three years because he has being an integral part in Scotland's Under 19's European Championships and then in last year's World Cup.
After nearly 100 games on the bounce, McGhee told the 21-year-old defender to relax and take a break.
But with interest from the Scottish giants, Reynolds admitted: "Obviously, you hope that a team the size of Rangers come in to look at you. But I'm happy at Motherwell just now."