Graham Dorrans is set to become Rangers’ next summer signing after Norwich City finally accepted a bid for the player, according to the Daily Express.
Rangers had been knocked back on more than one occasion for the Scottish international as the Canaries sought to hold out for a fee close to £1.5million.
The Express reports that Rangers have now made an offer satisfactory to Norwich’s demands, which is believed to be around £1.3million with add-ons.
Boyhood Rangers fan Dorrans is said to be keen on a return north after spending the last nine years of his career in English football following his 2008 move from Livingston.
The 30-year-old, who has been capped 12 times by his country, would become the Rangers’ ninth signing this summer if the deal goes through.