Rangers full-back Borna Barisic has emerged as a potential transfer target for Ligue 1 outfit Dijon.
According to French outlet Soccer Link, the Croatia international is being eyed as a replacement for Oussama Haddadi, who is leaving the club this summer.
They claim the 26-year-old would listen to offers, but the fact that Dijon were almost relegated last term makes a move to them unlikely.
Dijon finished 18th in the league and had to defeat Lens in a play-off to stay up.
Barisic had a poor first season at Ibrox following his move from NK Osijek, with injury preventing him from becoming a regular feature in Steven Gerrard’s starting XI.
Gerrard shouldn’t be seeking to sell Barisic after just one season.
The star, who cost £2.2 million (BBC Sport), still has a lot to prove at Ibrox after failing to convince last term during the times when he was fit.
With Jon Flanagan currently out injured, there’s a chance for him to start the new season strongly and really nail down his place in the starting XI.
He didn’t come cheap, and he needs to deliver in 2019/20 – he certainly has the talent to do so.