Rangers are closing in on the signing of Hearts striker Kyle Lafferty, potentially just days away from announcing his return to Ibrox six years after leaving, as reported by The Edinburgh Evening News.
The paper report that positive discussions have continued between the two clubs since an initial offer of £200,000 for the player was rejected by the Edinburgh side.
They also say the possibility of a move for Lee Wallace to Tynecastle as part of the deal is also on the table, although Hearts have yet to confirm if they will take up that option.
Signing Lafferty would give Steven Gerrard excellent depth in attack ahead of what is hopefully a long season in four different competitions home and abroas. After overcoming Maribor last night, fans are dreaming of a UEFA Europa League group stages, with just one round of qualifying left to make it.
The Northern Ireland international scored 19 goals for Hearts last season and also netted a peach against Celtic last week, highlighting his ability to performer at Scottish Premiership level.
Seeing Lee Wallace depart would also be a bonus considering he is barely needed anymore, with new signings Borna Barisic and Jon Flanagan both available in the left-back position.
Having already made 11 summer signings, the squad is pretty close to completion, with only the arrival of Lafferty, another defender and perhaps a midfielder left to bring through the doors before the end of August, in an ideal world.
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