Report: Rangers eye summer move for central midfield goal machine, Johansson on scouting mission
By Alex Stevens
Rangers are keeping close tabs on Norwich ace Graham Dorrans as they look to strengthen their midfield in the summer transfer window, according to a report.
The Scottish Sun claim the Ibrox club are monitoring the Scotland international ahead of a possible summer swoop.
It is said that Dorrans, 29, is likely to leave Carrow Road at the end of the season even though he has made a big impact from his central midfield position.
The Scottish Sun report that Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha instructed his number three Jonatan Johansson to watch Dorrans in action for Norwich in their 3-1 Championship win against Preston on Monday.
The former West Brom and Livingston player responded with one of his team’s goals as he provided further evidence of his goalscoring prowess.
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Dorrans netted his sixth league goal of the season, an outstanding return given his position and the fact he has played just 20 matches in the competition.
The lifelong Rangers supporter was similarly prolific at Premier League outfit West Brom, where he scored 26 goals and supplied 32 assists in 189 matches.