Glasgow Rangers are reportedly keeping tabs on Dolev Haziza, whose agent is known to Ibrox sporting director Ross Wilson, according to Israeli outlet Sport1.
The report, as translated by the likes of The Scotsman, claims the Gers are interested in the Maccabi Haifa attacker, who is said to be valued at £1million.
Haziza signed for Haifa last year and has hugely impressed this season, culminating in him being named Player of the Month in January.
This term, he has registered seven goals and four assists in just 19 Ligat ha’Al games, plus a further assist in Europa League qualifying.
The 25-year-old has also won two caps for Israel and is expected to play a part in their World Cup qualifying campaign, where they will meet Scotland again.
It’s also reported that the Ibrox sporting director has previously worked with the player’s agent Adam Kidan, through his previous role as director of football at Southampton.
A versatile, ambidextrous player who can play on both flanks and in the centre, Haziza looks a cut above for Haifa and is definitely worth a shout for a move overseas.
According to Glasgow Live, he’s “probably a bit of a mix of Joe Aribo and Ryan Kent” and “could comfortably play as part of the midfield three or front three “.
Haziza is also a great age, with plenty more service in him and resale value, while a £1million price is definitely within budget.