Leicester City Midfielder Andy King in Talks with Rangers Over Loan Move

Leicester City Midfielder Andy King in Talks with Rangers Over Loan Move

Rangers are closing in on a loan signing for Leicester City‘s Premier League-winning midfielder Andy King, according to reports this evening.

The transfer deadline for English clubs to sign players passed last Thursday, but players in England’s top-flight can still depart, and it seems King is on Steven Gerrard’s wanted list.

According to the Leicester Mercury, King is in talks over a move to Ibrox for the rest of the 2019/20 campaign, with the 31-year-old surplus to requirements under current Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers.

The Wales international is expected in Glasgow on Thursday where a deal could be concluded for a player that made 36 appearances throughout the 2015/16 season as Leicester claimed a shock Premier League title.

As we’ve told you recently, the Rangers hierarchy had still hold hoped of signing Liverpool’s Ryan Kent on-loan until recently, but where would King fit into the current Rangers midfield, and how big a player could he develop into for the Ibrox club?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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