Rangers are ready to offer a contract to goalkeeper Seny Dieng after he snubbed a new Queens Park Rangers deal, Football Insider understands.
The Light Blues have set their sights on the possibility of landing Dieng on a summer free after his impressive spell on loan at SPL club Dundee in the second half of this season.
Ibrox sources have told Football Insider that QPR are keen to keep Dieng, 24, and have offered him a contract extension but he has yet to agree it and this has alerted suitors north and south of the border.
Rangers face competition for the keeper’s signature from League One side Shrewsbury Town, Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem, French outfit Strasbourg and American team Minnesota United.
Rangers are in the market for a new goalkeeper this summer with number two Wes Foderingham expected to leave after losing the number one shirt to Allan McGregor, and Jak Alnwick likely to sign permanently for an English lower league side.
Senegalese Dieng joined QPR in the summer of 2016 on a free transfer but has yet to make his senior debut for the Championship club.
The 6ft 4in shot-stopper has made 34 appearances this season across his loan spells at Dundee and English League Two side Stevenage.