Rangers are in talks with Leicester City over the potential loan signing of Andy King, according to reports.
The midfielder joined the Foxes in 2006 and has played 379 times for the club, helping them win the League One, Championship and Premier League titles.
However, Leicestershire Live report that the Wales international could be on his way out of the King Power Stadium for this season with Rangers keen on his signature.
It’s claimed that the 30-year-old, who hasn’t played a competitive match since suffering an injury in a loan spell with Derby County in February, will go to Glasgow on Thursday to hold talks over a switch to Ibrox.
Steven Gerrard has brought in a number of new faces this summer but would like to add the Barnstaple-born player before the transfer window in Scotland closes on September 2.
King’s game time for Leicester has been reduced over the past couple of seasons, which as well as resulting in a short stint at Derby also saw him spend the second part of the 2017/18 campaign with Swansea City.
However, he now looks set to go north of the border to help the Gers in their quest to contend with Old Firm rivals Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title.