By Harvey Byrne

Rangers and Celtic are the current joint second favourites to sign experienced attacker Nani this summer, according to the latest bookmakers’ odds.

Bet Victor have priced the two Glasgow rivals at odds of 6/1 alongside French club Nice, with Monaco the only side with lower odds of 4/1.

Meanwhile, French giants Marseille trail at 8/1 with European clubs Lyon, Malaga, Sevilla, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Besiktas, Porto, Sporting Lisbon and Benfica are all priced at 12/1 to sign the 30-year-old before the September 3 deadline.

Nani has had a very colourful playing career, which has seen him play for Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Fenerbache and current club Valencia.

He only made the switch to the La Liga side last summer in a £7.2million deal and played 25 times in the Spanish top-flight in the last campaign, netting five times, while also providing eight himself.

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However, he may now be seeking a further move after Valencia finished in a disappointing 12th place last season.

Nani is certainly best known in the United Kingdom for his time at Manchester United, where he lifted four Premier League titles, one Champions League and two League Cups across an eight-year period.

He also played a key role as Portugal lifted the European Championships last summer and March appointment Pedro Caixinha has already brought Bruno Alves, who was also part of the squad to Ibrox this summer.

The manager has also already brought in four players of Portuguese nationality this summer and it is clear why Nani is now being linked with a move.

Meanwhile, Celtic will be looking at targets who they feel can help them push further in the Champions League and Nani certainly boasts plenty of experience of playing in the elite competition.

In other Rangers and Celtic news, Kenny Miller has spoken highly of this Hoops player.

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