According to the Daily Record, Niko Kranjčar may be the target of a return to Europe. Rangers FC is reportedly interested in the Croatian and may be looking to sign him as a part of their squad for the 2016/17 season which kicks off in August.
Rangers, who just received promotion back into Scottish Premier League after being thrust down into the fourth division for the 2012/13 season and working their way back up is looking to rebuild their squad for first-division action and the Cosmos player may be in their cross-hairs.
Club manager Mark Warburton reportedly traveled to New York last week to begin talks with the midfielder, one of the targets the Glasgow club is eyeing. The 31-year-old has plenty of experience in European football of course, having played in his native Croatia and the Ukraine, but also spent extensive time in the Premier League with clubs Tottenham Hotspurs, Portsmouth, and Queens Park Rangers.
Niko has also been an important and influential part of the midfield staring four of his five appearances and logging a goal with a pair of assists. He has helped create many of the team’s most dangerous chances with his accurate passing and his loss would surely be detrimental to the club’s play.
But, it seems Kranjčar has been enjoying his time with the New York side.
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