English Premier League side Southampton will allow Steven Davis to rejoin Rangers this January, if the Ibrox side can agree contract terms with the Northern Ireland international, as reported by The Daily Mail.
The stars appear to be aligning for the former Gers favourite to make an emotional return to Glasgow, with the paper reporting that the player himself is keen on the switch.
With Southampton open to letting him leave for a small compensation fee, the recruitment team at Ibrox are set to pull of their latest transfer coup, and one that could really help put pressure on Celtic.
There are few better suited players on the open market that can provide the kind of experience we’ll need in a potential title run-in, with Davis contributing to winning eight trophies in his first spell at the club, including three consecutive league titles.
That kind of knowledge could be priceless, with his quality as a player likely to improve our options in the central midfield area too.
Since leaving Rangers in 2012 he’s gone on to make over 225 appearances for Southampton, eventually becoming their club captain and performing regularly in the English Premier League.
He may be 34 years of age these days, but he’s well worth a move in this month’s transfer window.