Glasgow Rangers are ready to table a second bid for Norwich City midfielder Graham Dorrans according to the Daily Express.
The Scottish side have already had a bid, believed to be in the region of £700,000 rejected and are set to go back in with another for £1 million although that is still short of the Canaries’ valuation.
The Carrow Road outfit value the Scotland international at £1.5m but with a need to reduce the wage bill at Norwich there is a chance that a cut-price deal could be achieved.
The 30-year-old will be keen on a move to Ibrox to reignite a Scotland career which has stalled on 12 caps since he made his debut for his country in 2009.
Should Rangers manage to agree a deal to sign the former West Bromwich Albion man, the midfielder would join Ryan Jack, Bruno Alves, Dalcio and Fabio Cardoso through the Ibrox entrance this summer and he is unlikely to be the last to arrive either.
Pedro Caixinha is hoping to secure the signings of Carlos Vela and Eduardo Herrera with the club just waiting to see if they will be given work permits before completing the deals.