Charlie Adam has told PLZ Soccer that he reckons Jermain Defoe could leave Rangers when his contract expires and return to England – but also reckons the veteran could remain in a coaching capacity at Ibrox.
Defoe, 38, has entered the latter stages of his career and under Steven Gerrard, the 57-time England international has also fallen down the pecking order following the summer additions of both Kemar Roofe and Cedric Itten.
The former Tottenham, Sunderland, West Ham and Bournemouth striker has entered the last six months of his contract and could be approached by English clubs on a pre-contract arrangement.
He has managed just nine appearances all season, scoring four goals but his future at Rangers is in doubt. Asked about Defoe’s next move, ex-Rangers and current Dundee midfielder Adam reckons he could go down south.