Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham will considering leaving Ibrox in January in order to play in the England Championship, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claims that Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton is plotting a raid on the Light Blues in the upcoming transfer window to sign the in-form Foderingham, 26, to bolster his options between the sticks.
It is understood that ex-Rangers boss Warburton, 55, is under pressure to improve results at the City Ground and wants to sign up the goalkeeper he snapped up from Swindow in 2015 while in the Ibrox hotseat.
Foderingham penned an extension to his contract in Glasgow in September to keep him at the club until 2020.
However he also admitted that he had offers on the table to leave the Scottish Premiership club after Football Insider exclusively revealed that English Championship side Nottingham Forest launched a bid to sign him.
Rangers ace Foderingham has been in great form for the last few fixtures and is a mainstay of the first-team.
He has made 23 appearances across all competitions this season, keeping six clean sheets in the process.
The 26-year-old goalkeeper is not the only Gers player attracting attention from the south at the moment as Sky Sports Scotland has reported that Josh Windass has been the subject of a bid from Preston.
Football Insider verdict
Rangers really cannot afford to lose Foderingham. He has been playing really well as of late and has earned them quite a few points by some solid displays between the sticks. The ex-Swindon goalkeeper is prone to the odd error, but that seems to be the case among every single shot-stopper in the Premiership, including Joe Lewis and Craig Gordon. The Ibrox board can’t really be trusted to sell Foderingham for a decent fee after Barrie McKay’s £500,000 move to Forest in the summer that left fans reeling. Although Foderingham may want to leave the club if Forest come calling, it’s best for Rangers to block any bids.
In other Rangers news, the Light Blues are in talks over a January agreement for this midfielder.