Why we can’t rule out Rangers signing veteran forward Tommy Sheridan

More stories from the Commonwealth Games article Tommy Sheridan is out of contract at the end of the season, but the Rangers have been linked with a move for the veteran winger.

Sheridan’s future is in doubt with Rangers set to meet a transfer deadline.

Sheridan is under contract at Carrow Road for one more season, with the club having to pay £100,000-a-week on top of that.

Rangers are set to pay the full £100k-a the player earns on the pre-season tour.

Sheridan, 34, has been with the Rangers since the 2010-11 season, playing in 68 of their 82 league games.

RSL is in the process of negotiating a new deal with Sheridan, with RSL CEO Dan Burn saying the club has not ruled out talks with the veteran.

Rangers have confirmed that they will be without goalkeeper Mattias Samuelsen until the end.

Samuelson is expected to make a full recovery from a calf injury sustained on Saturday against West Bromwich Albion.

Goalkeeper Joe Ledley has been ruled out of the Capital One Cup, with his side facing a 3-1 loss to Blackburn Rovers at the weekend.

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