Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield is a target for Hatayspor and Alanyaspor this month.
It is understood the Turkish clubs have opened negotiations with a view to adding the 33-year-old to their ranks in January.
The former Burnley player is out of contract at the end of the season when he will be available for nothing.
Rangers midfielder Scott Arfield (pictured) is a target for Hatayspor and Alanyaspor this month
But Hatayspor and Alanyaspor are willing to pay a small fee now to sign him this month.
Arfield is a regular at Ibrox and would be a big miss if he was to leave.
He was Steven Gerrard’s first signing as Rangers boss in 2018 and has gone on to play 164 times for the club and scored 31 goals.
Arfield was former Rangers boss Steven Gerrard’s (pictured) first signing at the club in 2018
The Canada international has been a regular feature in the Rangers’ line up since Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s arrival, completing 90 minutes in three of the last five league games.
But with his contract expiring the prospect of losing Arfield is emerging as a possibility.
Arfield is set to face added competition in midfield at the Ibrox after the club signed US international James Sands from New York City FC.
In addition, Rangers reportedly have already declared they will deal with contract situations on ‘older’ players at the end of the season.
Rangers are looking to agree a loan for the rest of this season and the next campaign