Rangers players Maurice Edu and David Healy are wanted by other clubs according to reports.
USA international Edu can leave Ibrox for a cut price deal after accepting a pay drop during the season at cash-strapped Rangers.
According to the Daily Express, the midfielder is wanted by Turkish side Trabzonspor who can offer European football to the former Toronto FC man.
Edu played 73 minutes of the Americans’ 4-1 defeat to Brazil at FedEx Fieldnear Washington on Wednesday night.
Meanwhile the Belfast News Letter reports a number of teams in England and Scotland are interested in signing out-of-contract Rangers striker David Healy.
The all-time top goalscorer for the Northern Ireland national team is a target for Crawley Town and Fleetwood Town, while one SPL side is also said to be in the running for the 32-year-old’s signature.
Healy is currently with Michael O’Neill’s international squad ahead of their clash against Euro 2012 contenders the Netherlands.
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- Rangers players offer to delay wages to avoid redundancy
- Sochaux president: Rangers urged us to make Edu bid
- David Healy: I’m going nowhere
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