By Alex Stevens
David Templeton is being eyed by English club Bradford City ahead of the summer transfer window, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claim the League One club are keeping close tabs on the Rangers winger, whose season has been wrecked by injuries.
The 27-year-old started the Scottish club’s opening three games of the campaign before his progress was wrecked by recurring knee problems.
He has not played since August and his contract ends next month, with no indication that he will be handed an extension by the newly promoted Scottish Championship side, who are back in the top flight next season.
Nevertheless, Templeton has a creditable record in the Scottish lower leagues, scoring 27 goals in 88 matches for Rangers, only 49 of which have been starts. He has also supplied an impressive 26 assists.
Bradford City are one of a number of clubs said to be keen on the winger, although he will have to prove his fitness after he undergoes further knee surgery.
In other Rangers news, the club have made transfer plans after offloading four long-serving players and eight in total.