Rangers have offered Ryan Jack a new four-year deal worth £4.2million in total, Football Insider has learned.
The Scottish giants are working on securing the central midfielder, 27, to an improved contract only 10 months after he signed his last one.
Ibrox sources told Football Insider that the club have offered a deal worth £20,000-a-week that would run until 2023.
That is two years beyond the current contract Jack signed in December of last year.
It would also be a significant pay rise for a player who has established himself as a key player in Steven Gerrard’s side.
Jack has developed into one of the best midfielders in Scotland in the last two seasons following a tricky first campaign at Ibrox following his free transfer from Aberdeen in the summer of 2017.
Gerrard has made no attempt to hide his admiration for Jack’s ability to bring authority and tenacity to the midfield.
He has built a strong partnership with Steven Davis this season and the pair have emerged as the first choices in the middle of the pitch.
Jack has made 16 appearances for Rangers in the new campaign, all of which have been starts, and 83 in total for the club
Rangers have showed in the last two years they are willing to reward their star players with regular new deals and pay hikes to keep them at the club.
Alfredo Morelos and James Tavernier are among those who have signed a series of improved deals in that time.