Vladimir Weiss has effectively issued a come and get me plea to Rangers this summer.
The Slovakian winger currently turns out for Al-Gharafa in Qatar and despite seeming relatively happy with that, his name is never far away from links with other clubs.
Rangers is a regular one given Weiss’ one-year loan spell there back in 2010.
He performed well for Walter Smith and helped the team win the SPL and League Cup, but he didn’t return, instead deciding to sign for Espanyol on loan before going on to have spells at Pescara, Olympiacos and Lekhwiya before arriving in Qatar.
But could Weiss get his wish for a move back to Rangers sometime soon? He’s definitely up for it, but understands it’s up to his former Al-Gharafa boss Pedro Caixinha to decide.
After being asked about an Ibrox return on Twitter this morning, the wideman wrote:
Should we brace ourselves for a campaign from Rangers fans for Caixinha to sign Weiss?
He’s a popular man for his public displays of affection for the club and would be welcomed by many at Ibrox if the move ended up happening.
But Rangers appear to have other targets this summer and that may mean Weiss will have to stay where he is.