Nemane was brought to Rangers by previous boss Pedro Caixinha, but only made six appearances at Ibrox.
Rangers loanee Aaron Nemane is set for a move overseas after a disappointing five months at Ibrox.
The Manchester City-owned winger only made six appearances totalling 68 minutes for Rangers.
His loan spell is due to expire this month and in an interview with Fox Sports, Jan van Staa, the coach of Dutch second tier side Go Ahead Eagles, revealed he is due to head there for the rest of the season.
The proposed move is reportedly being orchestrated by Paul Bosvelt, the former Manchester City and Go Ahead Eagles midfielder.
Should Nemane indeed exit Rangers, his departure would come hot on the heels of Sean Goss's arrival on loan from Queens Park Rangers.
Goss, who can operate as a defensive midfielder or full-back, has agreed a loan deal until the end of the season at Ibrox.
The 22-year-old becomes Graeme Murty's first signing since taking over from Pedro Caixinha on an interim basis in late October.
Did Nemane deserve more of a chance at Rangers?
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