Michael O’Halloran could be set for a switch to Scottish rivals Motherwell or St Johnstone, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claim that Motherwell are leading the chase for the Rangers flop, who is expected to leave Ibrox this summer.
O’Halloran’s former side St Johnstone are also in the mix – Rangers signed him from them for £500,000 in February 2016 and then loaned him back for the first half of last season.
The attacker was brought back to Ibrox in January but only made one appearance – a one minute cameo under Graeme Murty.
Football Insider verdict:
The writing was on the wall before O’Halloran was spotted among Celtic fans at the recent cup final. But that incident was the final nail in the coffin, with the attacker showing an alarming lack of awareness. Either that or he knew exactly what he was doing. Either way he’ll be off this summer and it looks like a move across to one of two Premiership rivals is going to be the most likely stop for him. His Rangers move hasn’t worked out for either side – he’s only made 38 appearances and scored three goals. He was recalled from his St Johnstone loan after an explosive start saw him score five goals in his first five games, but his form petered away there too. Rangers fans won’t be sorry to see him go and he could be one of the first exits when Gerrard takes over on Friday.
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