Former Rangers star Andy Halliday has opened up on his future after leaving Ibrox this summer and admitted that he isn’t in any rush to find a new club – despite having “six or seven offers.”
The versatile star left Ibrox when his contract ended in the summer but has yet to find a new club which suits his family and finances.
With leagues only just getting back started, Halliday knew it would be a slow process but is having talks with clubs in recent weeks as he looks to get back playing.
“I think it’s been five or six weeks since the first offer I had,” Halliday told the Record Rangers podcast.
“Since then, I’ve had six or seven offers from different clubs, different countries.
“Unfortunately for me, there’s not been anything I’m eager to jump into. Either financially it’s not been right or the club hasn’t been right move for myself or my family.
“I’ve been speaking to a couple of clubs over the past couple of weeks that are only just interested so far and have got my attention.
“It’s just a waiting game just, they’ve got my attention but putting in a bit of interest but, unfortunately, when that comes you need to stall anything else you’ve got in the background to see if they come to the table.
“I knew it was always going to be a slow process.”
Halliday made 152 appearances across five years at the club following stints in England with Middlesbrough and Bradford City but doesn’t seem to be in any rush to get a move sorted.
With Halliday a free agent, he won’t need to worry about the transfer window closing in October but it seems likely that he’ll have himself a new club to call home long before then.