Jon Flanagan could team up with a couple of past-or-present Rangers targets after leaving Ibrox.
Flanagan is in discussions with Amiens after his contract with Rangers expired at the end of last season, according to France Football.
The full-back’s career is said to interest the Ligue 2 side, who were relegated last season.
As well as his two years at Rangers, Flanagan came through the ranks at Liverpool and was capped once by England in 2014.
Should he move to Amiens, the 27-year-old’s teammates would include the on-loan Liverpool left-back Adam Lewis, who was linked with a move to Rangers in 2018, and the South African midfielder Bongani Zungu, an apparent target for Steven Gerrard’s side this summer.
Zungu is understood to remain under contract at Amiens, despite telling a fan that he was no longer playing for the club, on Twitter.
The 27-year-old has failed to appear in any of Amiens’ competitive games this season.
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