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02/01/2019 - 13:29 GMT

Rangers Working On Details of Deal To Sign Midfielder

 




Southampton midfielder Steven Davis remains interested in returning to Rangers this month, but the two clubs are still thrashing out the details of the proposed move.

The 34-year-old has been a peripheral figure at Southampton this season and his only Premier League start in three total appearances came in a defeat to Tottenham last month.




The veteran midfielder has a contract until the summer with the Saints, but is looking for a way out in January and is keen to return to his former club Rangers.

Steven Gerrard is also keen to add his experience to the Rangers squad and talks have been taking place to get a deal over the line.

 


And according to BBC Sport Scotland, the two clubs are working out the details of the deal and are yet to determine whether it would be a loan deal or a permanent transfer.

Negotiations have continued to progress and Davis is pushing for the move as he wants to return to the Ibrox in the winter window.

 


Davis racked up 152 appearances Rangers between 2008 and 2012, before moving south of the border for Premier League football.