According to the Belfast Telegraph, Rangers are looking to sign former Birmingham City winger David Cotterill, who is currently a free-agent after he ended his contract with the Championship side back in December.
The 30-year-old forward is without engagement since December when he canceled his contract with Birmingham by a mutual agreement.
He has previously played for Doncaster Rovers for three consecutive seasons, and his excellent performances recommended him to the Blues. Cotterill is known for his pace and acceleration, and he also has good crossing and dribbling abilities.
Rangers manager Graeme Murty is desperately looking to find reinforcements this January, especially in the midfield and attack. Rangers have had some troubles on the wings during the first half of the season, and Murty wants to boost that position as soon as possible.
Considering that Rangers’ won’t have to pay any fee for his signature, it is possible that Cotterill could land at Ibrox by the end of the transfer market.