Sky Bet Championship side Norwich City may end up losing midfielder Graham Dorrans to Rangers, according to the Daily Record.
The 30-year-old has made 22 starts during his time with the Canaries but a move back to his homeland is looking likely, with Rangers the favourites to sign the midfielder.
Chiefs are Ibrox have been working hard to persuade the Scotsman away from Carrow Road, with Dorrans high on Rangers’ transfer targets list.
The Scottish side’s manager Pedro Caixinha has been visiting Portugal for the past few days, but the report in the Daily Record suggests that work in continuing to sign the former West Bromwich Albion midfielder.
Dorrans will be no stranger to the area should he make a move to Rangers. After being born in Glasgow, the midfielder then went on to play for Livingston and Partick Thistle.
The 30-year-old made 77 appearances for Livingston during a three-year spell with the Club, during which he went on loan to Partick Thistle and scored five times in his fifteen appearances.
In 2008 Dorrans moved to England in order to play for West Bromwich Albion. In a successful six-year spell with the Baggies, Dorrans featured 154 times and found the net on 21 occasions. But during his spell at The Hawthorns Dorrans was handed a loan opportunity with Norwich City, during which he made 15 loan appearances and scored three times.
The Scottish international made his international début in October 2009 against Japan in a friendly, he has since featured eleven more times but has not yet scored for the national team.