League One outfit Bradford City are reportedly looking to sign former Rangers midfielder Nicky Law, after he was released by the Scottish side at the end of the season, according to HITC Sport.
Law started out his career at Sheffield United, but after loan spells with Yeovil and twice with Bradford, he moved on to Rotherham, where he made 89 appearances, scoring 6 goals. From there he made the jump to Scottish football, joining first Motherwell and then Rangers in 2013.
After bagging 18 goals in 86 matches for Rangers, he was released by the club at the end of the 2015/16 season.
The 28 year old has attracted a lot of interest from several League One sides, and Bradford manager Stuart McCall is reportedly interested in bringing Law back to the club where he spent two seasons on loan, making 43 appearances.
The Bantams should be able to cope with his wage demands, but will have to lay an offer on the table soon if they want to win the race for his signature.
Bradford fans, what do you think to this news? Would you welcome back Law with open arms? Let us know in the comments!