Lee Hodson is all-but certain to be on his way out of Rangers this summer, as reported by the Scottish Sun, but where he ends up is far from nailed-on.
The Northern Ireland international spent last season on loan at St Mirren, impressing with his work-rate and versatility, and The Buddies would jump at the chance to snap him up on a permanent transfer.
The Sun claims that Hodson has held talks with St Mirren’s chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick while manager Oran Kearney has made the defender one of his top priorities this summer.
But a player who represented Watford and MK Dons before joining Rangers in 2016 could be on his way back to England instead.
The Sun adds that a number of clubs below the border are interested in securing the services of Hodson, who has been told by Gers manager Steven Gerrard that he will not be offered a new contract.
The Sun claimed in January that Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers, who have since been relegated to League One, were interested and it remains to be seen whether they are two of the clubs who have an interest in offering the 27-year-old right-back a fresh start.
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