Lee Hodson during his time at Watford
According to the Daily Record, Rangers are considering a move to sign full back Lee Hodson this summer, as they look to make more new additions.
The Gers snapped up defender Clint Hill on Friday afternoon, adding the veteran to previous signing Matt Crooks, Josh Windass, Jordan Rossiter and Joey Barton.
Manager Mark Warburton still needs more new additions though, and having signed players he has worked with previously in Rob Kiernan, Dominic Ball and Harry Forrester, he looks to be interested in another.
The Daily Record note that Rangers are keen on right back Lee Hodson, who will be a free agent this summer with his MK Dons contract coming to an end.
Hodson, 24, is currently over in France with the Northern Ireland national team at Euro 2016, but is likely to be on the lookout for a new club.
With Rangers needing some cover for first-choice right back James Tavernier, Hodson - who spent the end of last season on loan at Kilmarnock - would make sense as competition, especially given his history with manager Warburton.
Hodson came up through the ranks at Watford whilst Warburton was overseeing the club's youth setup, and then moved to reunite with him in a loan deal at Brentford.
A third spell together could be on the horizon, and adding a player familiar with Warburton's methods on a free transfer could be a smart move for the Gers.
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