Ex-Leeds United full-back Barry Douglas has been discussing his future and any “noise” surrounding Rangers as his contract expires with the Premier League club.
The ex-Dundee United left-back, 31, is a boyhood Rangers fan and has even been discussed by Rangers News in the past as a back-up option behind Borna Barisic.
But despite Douglas’ vast experience south of the border, there has been nothing official when it comes to the full-back as the Gers have 21-year-old Calvin Bassey as deputy in the position.
Nonetheless, Douglas was asked about the “noise” surrounding a potential move to Ibrox and he had this to say when asked by the press, admitting he’d consider a move to the Gers.
“It depends what opportunities present themselves. As a family it would be a lot more difficult [to go abroad] now, we’ve got a newborn and a toddler,” said Douglas, in an interview with the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“Kayden is three next month, obviously we need to take that into consideration now. But we’d definitely be open to trying something new and getting out of the comfort zone.
“If it’s a new culture and a new language again absolutely. But if it’s domestic, great.”
Whilst there’s been nothing official linking Douglas to Ibrox, the defender would represent a solid option following his release from Elland Road after spending the season at Blackburn Rovers.
But whilst Douglas may well fail to find himself on Rangers’ radar but one player who reportedly is was officially released from a Premier League club this week.