Rangers are likely to have yet another busy transfer window in the summer and it appears that one Premier League player has already hinted that he wants to sign for the club.
Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam has suggested that he would like to return to Ibrox before the end of his playing career – but director of football Mark Allen can forget about signing him and go for a much more attractive option.
West Brom playmaker James Morrison is out of contract at the end of the season and would be available for the Light Blues to sign up for free.
The Scotland international has spent a lot of the season out injured but he would no doubt make a brilliant signing for the Gers due to his versatility in midfield that can see him play behind a striker, in a deeper-lying role or even on the right wing if needs be.
Adam, 32, is not out of contract this summer and is reported to be earning over £40,000-a-week at Stoke which may mean that finances will get in the way of Rangers signing him.
The Express & Star has reported that Morrison, 31, may never play for West Brom again so he is very likely to be available in the summer.
The Premier League playmaker is a known Rangers supporter and in 2011 he was quoted by the Express as saying that he would like to switch to Ibrox in the future.
This summer now seems to be the perfect chance to the Scottish giants to sign up Morrison, who has been desperate for this chance for years.
In other Rangers news, fans have demanded the club to sign this “outrageous” international attacker in the summer.