By Alex Stevens

Rangers are eyeing a move for Fulham winger Ben Pringle, according to a report.

Pringle, who is on loan at Ipswich until the end of the season, is giving serious consideration to a summer switch to Ibrox.

According to the Express, the versatile 26-year-old will make a decision on his future after his final game for Ipswich on Saturday.

Pringle, who plays predominantly on the left flank but can also play in central midfield, joined Fulham from Rotherham last summer on a two-year contract.

He made 18 appearances for the Londoners in the first half of the season, 15 of which were starts, before he was loaned to Fulham, where he has played 11 times.

He would need to come to a settlement over that unless Rangers are able to agree a transfer fee with the English Championship club.

Pringle, who would become one of the top earners at Ibrox if he moves, is well known to Rangers manager Mark Warburton.

The Express claim he tried to sign Pringle when he was manager of Brentford in 2014 but Rotherham refused to sell him.

Warburton has set his sights on making an additional six signings for next season and wants a minimum of three in place before the club depart on their pre-season tour of the US next month.

In other Rangers news, the club are lining up a big-money double swoop for a Premier League pair.