According to the Daily Mail, Rangers are on the verge of signing playmaker Niko Kranjcar, adding him to the imminent capture of Joey Barton.
The Gers are making moves in the transfer market, as having already landed Accrington duo Matt Crooks and Josh Windass, manager Mark Warburton secured Liverpool teenager Jordan Rossiter earlier this month as well.
Now, as claimed by the Daily Mail, Burnley midfielder Joey Barton is set to sign a two-year deal with Rangers - but Warburton isn't done there.
The report goes on to state that Rangers are on the verge of striking a deal to sign playmaker Niko Kranjcar, who is currently playing over in the United States with New York Cosmos.
Kranjcar, 31, will be well-known to many fans having been a star in the Premier League with both Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur, hitting a combined 23 goals in 169 games for the two sides.
Since leaving Queens Park Rangers in the summer of 2015, Kranjcar has been playing in America with New York Cosmos, but is out of contract this summer, making him free to join any other club.
Over the last week, speculation has surrounded a move to Rangers, after manager Warburton flew out to New York to hold talks with the former Croatian international - and he now appears to have got his man, adding another new signing after Barton.
It's believed that the Gers are on the verge of striking a deal with Kranjcar, and whilst no contract terms have been disclosed, at 31 it will surely be a short-term deal, but Warburton is adding valuable experience to his side ahead of the big return to the Scottish Premiership.
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