Rangers are seemingly set to bring a sixth summer signing to Ibrox.
Niko Kranjcar warms up during his time at Tottenham Hotspur
Niko Kranjcar's consultant Emil Zgur has told BBC Sport that his client is closing in on a move to join Rangers, with a medical set for this week.
The Gers have already snapped up five new signings this summer, as Clint Hill, Jordan Rossiter and Joey Barton have all arrived on top of Accrington duo Matt Crooks and Josh Windass, who penned pre-contract agreements in January.
Now though, manager Mark Warburton is looking to add more quality to his ranks, and a move for a former Premier League star could be nearing completion.
Speculation has been surrounding the future of playmaker Niko Kranjcar, and he now appears to be closing in on a move to to Ibrox.
The Croatian's consultant Emil Zgur has told BBC Sport that the 31-year-old has a medical scheduled in Glasgow for Wednesday, and is close to securing his move to Rangers.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and Portsmouth man, who became a Premier League star with both clubs, is currently playing in the North American Soccer League with New York Cosmos, and looks set to head back to British football this week.
However, Zgur claims that the deal hinges on Kranjcar's medical, and whilst the player is excited about a fresh challenge with Warburton's men, there is still a hurdle to jump yet.
"Niko is coming to Glasgow for a medical on Wednesday," said Zgur. "He has talked of Rangers being a fresh challenge for him. He's had a good career, but he doesn't feel that it is over yet. Rangers are a good club and it is good challenge."
"He had offers from the Far East and the Middle East, but he wants to test himself again. He wants to show that he is fit enough. Everything depends on the medical," he added.
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