Charlton Athletic are set to win the battle for released Rangers winger Gregg Wylde.

The Mirror says boss Chris Powell hopes to pull off a coup and bring Scotland under-21 cap Wylde, who has also spoken to three Premier League clubs, to his League One leaders.

Wylde has sorted out his release from crisis-hit Ibrox following Rangers' move into administration.

He hopes to make a decision in the next few days and would like to get permission from FIFA to make a move and play for his new club this season.

Aston Villa, Everton and Bolton are interested in Wylde, but Charlton's major play may see them off.