Report: Graham Dorrans could be up for sale, Rangers move one of three options

Norwich City's Graham Dorrans

Glasgow Rangers are reportedly in the race for Scotland international Graham Dorrans.

According to the Daily Mail, Norwich City are considering selling midfielder Graham Dorrans this summer - and three clubs are in the race; Burnley, Middlesbrough and Rangers.

The Canaries have been relegated to the Championship, and manager Alex Neil will be facing a big summer as he looks to put together a squad that can immediately challenge for promotion.

Players will come and go this summer, and the Daily Mail report that an overhaul of the squad at Carrow Road could take place this summer, with one midfielder in particularly being on the chopping block.

It's claimed that Scotland international Graham Dorrans could be sold this summer, with Norwich now considering a move to sell the former West Brom man.

Dorrans, 29, featured in 21 Premier League games this season but only 14 were starts, leading some to believe that he will seek more regular first-team football at a new club this summer.

The report claims that Norwich may look to sell Dorrans and replace him with St Etienne star Fabien Lemoine, with three clubs in the running to sign Dorrans this summer; Burnley, Middlesbrough and Rangers, but a move to join his boyhood club Rangers could be in doubt now.

The Gers have already agreed deals with four players ahead of the new season, and all of them are midfielders as Matt Crooks, Josh Windass, Jordan Rossiter and Joey Barton will start their Ibrox careers this summer.

Spending more funds on a midfielder could leave Rangers short in other areas, and manager Mark Warburton may be prioritising other signings rather than hand Dorrans his dream move to Ibrox.

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