Former Rangers full-back Jon Flanagan has seen a prospective move to Polish side Jagiellonia Białystok fall through just months after he moved to Belgium.
The ex-Liverpool full-back left Rangers in the summer after a two-year spell with the club where he became a popular player if not a first-team starter.
Following his release from Ibrox Flanagan would sign for Belgian top-tier side Charleroi but as it stands the right-back and England cap is yet to make his first-team debut.
Only signing in November, Flanagan looked to be on the way to Poland as the 28-year-old looks to get regular playing time.
Reports in Belgium from a few days ago claimed that Flanagan was being targeted by three Ekstraklasa sides; Jagiellonia Białystok, Zagłębie Lubin and Górnik Zabrze [Polsat Sport].
However, reports in Poland are now suggesting that Flano will not be moving to Jagiellonia at the very least but they do not specify exactly why.
They originate from the tweet of UEFA reporter Piotr Koźmiński who claims the move fell apart at the final hurdle.
Z tego co słyszę, na ostatniej prostej upadł transfer Jona Flanagana (ex Liverpool) do Jagiellonii Białystok.
— Piotr Koźmiński (@UEFAComPiotrK) January 20, 2021
Flanagan will now presumably continue his search for a club as he looks to get back to playing regular football.
The ex-Burnley full-back hasn’t played since January 26, 2020, when he started Rangers’ 2-1 defeat to Hearts in the Scottish Premiership at Tynecastle.
Flanagan has been touted to clubs across Europe since leaving Ibrox with the player even once said to be interesting a team in the French second tier.