Rangers are reportedly hoping to bring Steven Davis back to the club. As reported by Sky Sports, Rangers are hopeful of completing a deal for the player this month. Southampton are open to a permanent exit and Rangers simply need to find an agreeable wage to secure his return to Ibrox.
If they do manage to bring Davis back to Glasgow, a tip of the cap will have to head toward Old Firm rivals Celtic. Because it is a transfer involving Celtic that has left Davis frozen out at St Mary’s.
He has barely featured for Southampton this season, after the Saints snapped up Stuart Armstrong from Celtic in his place.
A regular last season, before trouble with his Achilles, Davis has slipped down the pecking order thanks to the £7 million arrival from Parkhead in the summer.
It has left the 34-year-old looking for a new club and Rangers could now get their hands on a player who shined at Rangers during his previous four-year stint at Ibrox.
The 107-cap Northern Ireland international could end up giving Rangers the midfield edge they need to push Celtic all the way in the title race. So thank you cards might be needed for Stuart Armstrong.