Rangers misfit Kyle Lafferty is wanted by Cypriot outfit Apollon Limassol during the summer transfer window, according to The Scotsman.
The 31-year-old only arrived back at Ibrox last August but his days look numbered after just seven starts under Steven Gerrard during 2018/19.
He did manage seven goals and two assists from the campaign but a move doesn’t look completely out of the question.
Apollon of the Cypriot First Division would offer Lafferty the chance to play in the Europa League. The club’s third-place finish last season means they will enter the competition during the qualifying rounds.
Rangers will hope to strengthen their squad this summer and that could mean some players departing for pastures new.
Given a lack of game time and his age, Lafferty could be one of the casualties of Gerrard’s summer squad rebuilding process.
The Northern Ireland talisman has served Rangers well during his two spells at the club, but this second stint just hasn’t worked out.
For whatever reason, he has been unable to force his way into Gerrard’s regular plans and the future now looks bleak for him at Ibrox.
The big thing for Lafferty is to play regular football. If the Cypriot side can allow him to do that then a move wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world.
At this stage in his career playing is paramount for the striker and he doesn’t look like doing that any time soon at Rangers.