Aberdeen ace Lewis Ferguson has been tipped to make a splash within the English Premier League by ex-Celtic star Frank McAvennie.
The previous striker believes Ferguson – who has been spoken about as a possible Rangers and Hoops goal in latest seasons – may even be the best alternative for West Ham’s England cap Declan Rice ought to he up sticks, with Manchester United reportedly within the hunt for his signature.
Ferguson has been excellent for the Dons this season and, certainly, up to now few campaigns. Having scored 9 objectives in 16 appearances this time period, the midfielder continues to draw consideration. Macca believes the 21-year-old nephew of ex-Gers midfielder Barry Ferguson and Ibrox hero Derek Ferguson’s son could possibly be the person to go to London to take up Rice’s spot.
Talking to Football Insider, he stated: “I believe Lewis Ferguson will go to the Premier League. “I believe Lewis may fill his area. It’s like for like. He’s a younger, energetic participant who retains the ball effectively, can sort out and he can get ahead and rating objectives.
“I don’t need Declan to depart however I might not be irritated if Lewis Ferguson took his place. I might like to see him at West Ham as a result of he’s a incredible participant.
“I don’t need Declan Rice to depart but when he was I believe Ferguson could be the best alternative for him. There was a lot discuss Declan and if he was to go I believe the boy Ferguson is prepared for the Premier League.
“He’s solely younger and he is an effective, tidy participant. It’s an eye-opener going to England however it will solely profit him.”