Rangers hero Ryan Kent is being linked with a move away from Fenerbahce despite only joining the Turkish giants in the summer.

The winger left Ibrox at the end of last season after five years in Glasgow but has struggled to make an impact at his new club.

According to outlet According to Haber7, Fenerbahce boss Ismail Kartal believes Kent has been performing "below expectations".

The two have struggled to see eye to eye at times with the 27-year-old being dropped completely from the squad back in September.

The same outlet is also linking Fenerbahce with a move for Scotland star Scott McKenna should Kent leave in January.

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Meanwhile, Rangers winger Ross McCausland has been rewarded for his form with a call-up to the Northern Ireland senior squad for the first time.

The 20-year-old, who made his first start for Rangers in their Scottish Premiership victory away to Livingston on Sunday, has previously played for his country at U16, U17, U19 and U21 level.

The winger took part in a training camp with the senior squad back in the summer but this represents his first involvement in a senior panel chosen to represent Northern Ireland in competitive matches. 

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill has previously described McCausland as “an exciting young player”.