Rangers have vowed to not entertain any offers for Jack Butland after rejecting an approach from Nottingham Forest, according to STV News.


Butland joined Rangers on a free transfer last summer and has been the standout goalkeeper of the Scottish Premiership this season.


He has been brilliant between the sticks for Philippe Clement’s side and is the undisputed number one at Ibrox.




His performances in Scotland have piqued the interest of clubs down south and Nottingham Forest have shown an interest in him.


However, Rangers have been quick to dismiss the approach from the Premier League side for Butland.



Forest are in the market for a goalkeeper and made an enquiry for the Rangers number one but were told a firm no.


Rangers are in no mood to entertain any offers for their number-one goalkeeper in the ongoing transfer window.



Butland is happy at Rangers as well and his form could see him get back into the England squad ahead of next summer’s European Championship.