Francisco Sandaza is set to snub a return to Scotland in favour of a big money move to the continent.
The former St Johnstone striker, who netted 14 goals in a year-long spell in Perth last term, is currently a free agent and is assessing his options ahead of the new season.
The 27-year-old, who also had spells in the UK with Dundee United and Brighton and Hove Albion, is reportedly interesting Edinburgh rivals Hearts and Hibs.
Charles Green’s newco Rangers, which will play in Division Three this year upon receiving an SFA membership, have also been credited with interest in Sandaza after the oldco came close to agreeing a deal for him in January.
The Spaniard has more offers from European clubs however and it is understood Scottish interest in the goalscorer may not be as lucrative.
The player’s agent, Clive Jagger, said: “Sandaza has a couple of offers from Scotland, but also from Turkey, Germany and Belgium.”
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