Steve Davis is about to reach a new deal at Rangers – it’s a big boost for Ibrox fans.
Captain Northern Ireland, who is on international duty with four Nations League matches in the next two weeks, is expected to sign an extension with Ibrox coming.
The 37-year-old has always kept playing and there have been very positive discussions about keeping him light blue.
It is expected that Davis will put pen to paper for a one-year extension.
His international boss Ian Baraclough has said there is no reason he shouldn’t stay at Rangers – and covet him as a key man.
Davis, who is in his second spell at the club, missed last season through injury and was also missed by both Steven Gerrard and Gio van Bronckhorst.
But he played a key role in the Scottish Cup win over Hearts and made a significant difference when he featured in Europa League Rangers final lost to Eintracht Franbkfurt on penalties.
Motherwell and St Mirren, we are both interested in the experienced midfielder but they seem frustrated.
Davis has been a major influence on van Bronckhorst’s lineup in and out of the park and is likely to be next season too, even if he doesn’t play weekly.
Veteran goalkeeper Allan McGregor is taking his time to decide if he will continue playing next season.
Rangers are also in talks with Leon Balogun while Connor Goldson looks set to leave on a free contract.