Report: Niko Kranjcar still considering Ibrox move, Rangers face competition from abroad

Queens Park Rangers' Niko Kranjcar (L) and Doncaster Rovers' Dean Furman in action

Glasgow Rangers are still in the race to sign Niko Kranjcar, but others clubs have now made offers.

Queens Park Rangers' Niko Kranjcar (L) and Doncaster Rovers' Dean Furman in actionNiko Kranjcar (L) and Doncaster Rovers' Dean Furman in action

According to The Telegraph, Niko Kranjcar has received offers from MLS club as well as teams in Italy and France, whilst he's also considering a move to Rangers too.

Kranjcar, 31, is a big name player from his days in the Premier League, where he impressed with Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur, scoring 23 goals in 169 appearances for those two clubs before a move to Dynamo Kiev in 2012.

West Ham United's Winston Reid in action against Queens Park Rangers Niko KranjcarWest Ham United's Winston Reid in action against Niko Kranjcar

Having returned to England with Queens Park Rangers in 2013, Kranjcar hitting four goals for the R's. Now out in America with New York Cosmos, Kranjcar appears to be attracting huge interest.

The Daily Record reported earlier this month that Kranjcar has held talks with Rangers manager Mark Warburton about a summer move to Ibrox, with the Daily Mail claiming this week that a deal was on the verge of being agreed between the club and player.

QPR's Niko Kranjcar in action with Aston Villa's Brad GuzanNiko Kranjcar in action with Aston Villa's Brad Guzan

However, The Telegraph today report that former Croatian international Kranjcar is still considering the move to Ibrox because he has received offers from other clubs.

It's claimed that Kranjcar is now thinking over offers from clubs in France and Italy, whilst Major League Soccer teams are also pitching to the playmaker in a bid to keep him stateside.

Niko Kranjcar - Queens Park Rangers on the benchNiko Kranjcar

After landing Joey Barton on Tuesday, Rangers will now be hoping that they can land another big-name signing in Kranjcar, but with increasing competition in France, Italy and America, Warburton may be in a real battle for Kranjcar's signature.

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