Rangers target Maciej Gostomski has been offered a contract extension by Lech Poznan, Poznan.Sport reports.
This is despite the goalkeeper leaving the club to link up with Rangers the week, which was claimed by the Scottish Sun.
The towering 27-year-old goalkeeper has linked up with Mark Warburton’s team on a trial period, and is set to remain at Murray Park for the rest of this week.
Rangers boss Warburton has plans to sign him on a permanent deal should he impress, with his contract expiring at end of this calendar year.
He would be an experienced free signing, and would bring competition for Wes Foderingham, who has come under criticism at times this season due to some questionable performances for the Gers.
However, his future is not as cut and dried as expected, with the Poznan.Sport report claiming that Lech have ambitions to keep ahold of him.
Despite only being an back-up option with the Polish giants, Lech want to tie his future down, and have already offered him a new contract. They have extended their option to offer Gostomski a new deal, and are waiting for his trial with Rangers to end before he makes his decision.
Whilst Rangers may have thought they would have been in pole position to sign the Polish goalkeeper, Lech are still ready and waiting to tie his future down at Stadion Miejski.