Former Rangers star Kirk Broadfoot is training with SPFL Championship club Queen of the South as he considers multiple offers, according to the Daily Record.

Broadfoot spent five years at Rangers between 2007 and 2012, racking up 111 appearances, winning four major honours and appearing in the 2008 UEFA Cup final.

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A dejected Kirk Broadfoot following the 2-0 UEFA Cup final defeat to Zenit St Petersburg in 2008. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Since leaving Ibrox he’s played for Blackpool, Rotherham United, St Mirren and Kilmarnock, with his second spell at Killie ending following their relegation from the Premiership last season.

The 36-year-old had been given time to consider his future, but unlike fellow former Rangers player Chris Burke, he opted to move on.

He’s now unattached, but the Daily Record [Transfer Blog 11:16] reports that he isn’t considering retirement and isn’t short of options.

Broadfoot is said to be training with second-tier outfit Queen of the South while he mulls over offers from multiple unnamed Scottish and English clubs.

The former Rangers defender is a free agent after leaving Kilmarnock and is currently training with Championship club Queen of the South. (photo by Vagelis Georgariou/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Despite his age, the former Ger racked up 37 appearances in all competitions last season and captained Killie on multiple occasions.

Clearly, several managers believe he’d be a strong addition to their squad for 2021/22 but for now, it’s unclear in what part of the UK and at what level he’ll be playing his football next season.

An attacker Broadfoot played with during his time at Ibrox recently completed a quirky transfer to a European club.

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