According to The Daily Record, Glasgow Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has been in touch with Graham Dorrans to personally let him know that he is a top target.
Rangers have been widely linked with a move for Norwich City’s Graham Dorrans and now Caixinha has assured him that the club are doing everything they can to complete the deal.
Norwich City are currently undergoing a major summer revamp of their squad after new boss Daniel Farke arrived to work alongside Sporting Director Stuart Webber.
As part of the summer reshuffle, seven senior players were released – including John Ruddy and Sebastian Bassong – while others such as Steven Naismith, Matt Jarvis, Cameron Jerome and Jonny Howson are likely to be sold.
Graham Dorrans could also be heading for the exit door with Rangers the firm favourites to sign him.
Rangers are reportedly set to bid £1.2m for the talented central midfielder, who has played over 50 games for the Canaries since joining from West Brom.
Graham Dorrans is very keen on a move to Rangers because he is a lifelong fan of the Scottish Premiership giants.
The 30-year-old started his career in Scotland with Livingston before moving to West Bromwich Albion in 2008.
His time with Norwich has been slightly hampered by injuries but he has impressed when he has played for the East Anglian outfit.
Rangers will be hoping to wrap up a deal for the Scotland international soon.
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