Hertha Berlin striker Davie Selke may leave the Bundesliga side on a free transfer in January, according to reports in the German media.
Rangers were among the teams who were said to be pursuing the 27-year-old in the summer but a move didn’t materalise.
Selke’s contract expires next June and, after starting just two matches in all competitions this season, it is believed he could be allowed to leave in the New Year without a transfer fee being paid.
While the Gers did sign one striker, Antonio Colak, before the transfer window shut in September, they are still pretty light when it comes to forward options.
Kemar Roofe has spent the majority of the season on the treatment table while Alfredo Morelos has struggled for form and is likely to leave when his current deal ends in May. For that reason, Selke may well be considered as a solution to add depth up front.
Other teams are, though, interested in the German, including Empoli and Sampdoria, so we shall see who wins the race for his signature.