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Striker Healy linked with Rangers

David Healy
David Healy has struggled to get first-team football at Sunderland

Sunderland striker David Healy could be a transfer-window target for Rangers, according to the Belfast Telegraph.

Northern Ireland's record goalscorer is seen as a likely replacement for Kris Boyd, who is seemingly poised for a move from Rangers to Birmingham.

Healy, 29, has made just one first-team start, in the League Cup, for the Black Cats since his August move from Fulham.

However, Healy's agent Stephen Hughes insisted the possibility of a move to Rangers had not been mentioned.

Hughes told BBC Sport: "I have heard nothing. We are not engineering anything.

"I spoke to Sunderland earlier this week and nothing was mentioned."

A move to Rangers would see Healy join Northern Ireland players Steve Davis and Kyle Lafferty.

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Gers boss Walter Smith is known to be an admirer of the Northern Ireland striker.

And Northern Ireland boss Nigel Worthington has made it clear he is keen for his star forward to be playing regular first-team football.



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see also
Healy receives MBE from the Queen
12 Dec 08 |  Northern Ireland
Healy angry with boss Worthington
09 Dec 08 |  Internationals
Healy waits for Sunderland chance
07 Nov 08 |  Sunderland


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