Rangers are lining up an offer for free agent Gary Cahill, according to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon.
The former Chelsea defender left Crystal Palace at the end of June, and while the Eagles would like him to return, the centre-back has been offered reduced personal terms, which the player is not prepared to accept.
Nixon, who is very reliable when it comes to transfer stories, claims that Rangers may well be prepared to give Cahill the type of deal he is looking for.
It is believed that the 35-year-old would demand around £35,000 a week, which is a sizeable amount, especially considering the financial restrictions that the Light Blues are working under.
There is also the fact that manager Steven Gerrard has six centre-halves in his first-team squad already. Connor Goldson, Filip Helander, Leon Balogun, Nikola Katic, Jack Simpson and George Edmundson are all still on the club’s books and you would think there would have to be outgoings before a move is made for Cahill.