​Rangers youngster Billy Gilmour is considering the possibility of moving to Chelsea this summer after turning down Arsenal's advances, according to​ SunSport.

It was reported that the Scotland youngster and his family visited the Gunners recently and were impressed. However, Gilmour apparently only wants to decide between either staying at Ibrox, and moving to England, at the end of the season.

Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has revealed that he has spoken to Gilmour's parents in a bid to keep him at Rangers, and even former manager Mark Warburton worked hard to convince the 15-year-old he would have a better chance of first-team football at Rangers.

It seems that the Ibrox club have accepted Chelsea's offer, but only because they could lose the Scotland youngster for less when he turns 16.

However, this isn't stopping Caixinha as he wants to keep the hot prospect in Scotland and has also invited him to train with the first team.

The Portuguese boss said: “Billy is not only going to have a bright future in this club but he’s going to have a bright future in football.


“He understands what is going on and at only 15 years old he can compete with boys of 20-years-old and has even come in to train with us in the first team.

“I do believe that for Billy, the family ourselves or even Chelsea or another club later in the future to receive a player on another level, better ready to go on this adventure, it is better for him to stay here.”