Date: 2nd January 2019 at 7:13am
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Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam looks to be on his way back to Scottish football, but it won’t be to return to Ibrox.

The Scottish Sun believe that Hearts are considering making a January move for the Stoke City man, with the English Championship side ready to rip up his current high-earning contract to allow him to move north of the border.

Former club St Mirren are also said to be interested.

The midfielder made it clear to Sky Sports in November he would love a return to the Gers, but with Steven Gerrard on the brink of adding Steven Davis to his first-team squad, there is little scope for Adam to get regular action for the title chasers.

He went on to fashion a fantastic career for himself in the English Premier League after leaving Rangers, eventually winning a big money move to giants Liverpool.

Now 33 years of age and on the decline, it makes little sense for Rangers to be putting together an attractive package for him to sign back up at Ibrox.

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