By Derek Smithson
Rangers will hold discussions with Norwich on Monday about a potential deal for Graham Dorrans, according to a report.
The Express claim that the Gers are hoping to land the midfielder in the next 24 hours and finally get their man.
It is understood that the Ibrox outfit have already had multiple bids turned down by the English Championship club, but manager Pedro Caixinha wants to get a deal over the line.
The report details that a current offer of £1.3million table with future add-ons is on the table and will be discussed on Monday.
Dorrans is believed to be keen on a return to Scottish football and is prepared to take a wage cut.
The 11-time capped Scotland international is renowned for being a hard working midfielder and has carved out a strong career in English football.
The 30-year-old made 24 appearances across all competitions last season for Norwich and managed six goals in return.
His longest spell was with Premier League side West Brom, where he played 121 matches in the English top flight.
Football Insider verdict:
Rangres have already added eight new players to their squad this summer, but Dorrans could arguably become the most important if he joins. Caixinha has mainly opted for players with no experience in Scottish football and they could take some time to adapt. Meanwhile, Dorrans racked up experience in Scotland while playing for Livingston as a youngster and has proved his qualities England over a number of years. He could be the missing tool in the Gers side and help them gain some control in the centre of the park. Dorrans would provide the creative spark going forward and setting a target of 10 goals a season should not be impossible to reach. Rangers were short of goal threats last season and would be adding a well rounded player if they signed Dorrans.
In other Rangers transfer news, they have been installed the favourites to land a four-time Premier League winner.