Rangers fans react to reports former Ibrox defender Bilel Mohsni could sign for Scottish rivals

Rangers fans redisplay flags and banners during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and St Johnstone at Ibrox Stadium on December 16, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.

It's three years since the former Ibrox man played his final game for Rangers, who are now managed by Graeme Murty.

Bilel Mohsni of Rangers is taken off the pitch after a scuffle during the Scottish Premiership play-off final 2nd leg between Motherwell and Rangers at Fir Park on May 31, 2015 in...

Three years after leaving Ibrox, former Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni could be set for a return to Scottish football.

According to the Daily Mail, Mohsni - whose last act as a Rangers player was to kick and punch Motherwell's Lee Erwin, resulting in a seven-match ban - is training at Dundee United, with a view to securing a move to the Championship side.

Yeovil manager Paul Sturrock during the The Emirates FA Cup First Round match between Maidstone United and Yeovil Town at Gallagher Stadium on November 08, 2015 in Maidstone, England,

The Terrors recently hired their former striker, Paul Sturrock, as the club's chief scout in England, and the 61-year-old is said to have recommended Mohsni, whom he managed at Southend United.

This is how Rangers fans are reacting to the rumour on Twitter...










Since leaving Rangers, has had short spells at Angers, Paris FC and Étoile du Sahel, against whom he is pursuing legal action over unpaid wages.

The centre-back played 61 times for Rangers and scored an impressive 13 goals.

Could the former Rangers man do a job for Dundee United?

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